Are homeowners protected against the loss of purchasing power that inflation would bring?
Up or down, an undercurrent of uncertainty runs through the markets and current life. Yet, we need to make decisions, and we need to be able to move forward. Both Optimism and caution guide us as we engage in our work toward long-term growth.
Cities everywhere are reimagining their urban design and transit options. Long-held assumptions over how we traverse the landscape will continue to change – perhaps leading to a better urban economy.
Many of us are beginning to shake off the information fatigue dominating our lives and directing our attention toward opportunities to imagine our 'next normal' and what the path to our future will look like.
Are we out of the woods yet? While we remain thoroughly optimistic about the longer term, we continue to counsel patience and careful and incremental action in portfolios as the markets are likely to remain volatile.
Our daily routines and rituals are a reflection of how we are learning to cope. We consider how daily routines and respecting boundaries help us find a sense of normalcy in a world that is out of balance.