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Text on screen: Matt Melhado Account Manager, US Wealth Management
MATT MELHADO: Hi, I’m Matt Melhado, an account manager with PIMCO’s Wealth Management Team, and welcome
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to this summer’s edition of Macro and Markets. Today we’ll focus on the fixed-income markets and share insights from PIMCO’s cyclical and secular forums.
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We’ll cover navigating a potential recession, the Fed’s policy trajectory, how to prepare for a pivot or a pause, and more.
This webcast awards one hour complementary CE credit for financial professionals. We hope you’ll join us.
Text on screen: To earn continuing education (CE), simply click the link below, watch the program, and complete a short quiz. This presentation is approved for CFP, IWI, and CPA and may be accepted more broadly.
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