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Allison Boxer


Ms. Boxer is a senior vice president and economist in the New York office, focusing on the U.S. and Canada. She helps craft the firm’s economic and monetary policy outlook and contributes to quarterly economic forums. She is also a member of the research group of PIMCO’s Americas portfolio committee. She has eight years of investment experience and holds an undergraduate degree in economics from Tufts University.
Allison Boxer

Latest Insights

Evolving Risks Prompt One More (Likely Final) Fed Hike
03 May 2023
Tighter credit conditions pose increasing risks to economic activity, leading the U.S. Federal Reserve to signal a likely pause.
Canada’s Economy: Strong Banks, Vulnerable Consumers
25 April 2023
We believe Canada’s banking sector is more insulated from some of the issues facing the U.S. banking system, and as a result, credit conditions in Canada may tighten less than in the U.S.
Data Underpinning CPI Report Suggest U.S. Inflation Moderated Materially in March
12 April 2023
March inflation data may put the Federal Reserve close to its terminal policy rate this cycle, if it hasn’t already reached it.
Fed Weighs Stubborn Inflation Against Banking System Stress
23 March 2023
Slower credit growth may curtail broader U.S. economic growth, taking pressure off the Federal Reserve.
Disappointing Details in January CPI Report May Give the Fed Room to Maneuver
14 February 2023
U.S. inflation may not be moderating as quickly as many were expecting.
Fed Seeks to Balance Competing Risks
01 February 2023
Investors face mixed signals between the Federal Reserve’s policy guidance and recent economic developments.
U.S. Inflation Eased More Than Expected in November as Fed Eyes Pause in Rate-Hike Cycle Next Year
13 December 2022
Falling prices for cars and holiday discounting contributed to softer U.S. inflation, creating more room for the Fed to potentially dial back its hawkish stance.
Fed Sets Up a Pause, Not a Pivot
03 November 2022
The Federal Reserve’s November statement included dovish language, but Fed Chair Powell warned investors not to expect the Fed to stray from its full focus on fighting inflation.
Canada’s Economy: Macro Challenges, Market Opportunities
19 October 2022
Cyclical and structural differences between the Canadian and U.S. economies suggest monetary policy may differ as well.