Fund managers in the US better expectations for the stock market in 2023
A new CNBC survey revealed that fund managers are more optimistic about stock market growth in 2023, mainly due to the reduction of inflation, although concerns remain about what could happen with the Federal Reserve.
Despite the difficulties that marked 2022 regarding the stock market, investors have good omens for what may happen this 2023.
According to a new CNBC Delivering Alpha investor survey, 4 out of 10 participants predicted that the S&P 500 will rise between 6% and 10% in 2023.
In addition, almost 2 out of 10 believe an increase in wages of between 11% and 19% is necessary. While 6% call for stocks to rise more than 20%, which would wipe out this year’s losses for the S&P 500.
The survey included 400 investment managers, equity strategists, portfolio managers and CNBC contributors who manage money.
Federal Reserve Future for 2023
Following the same survey, almost half of the participants feel optimistic about what may happen with the Federal Reserve and the possibilities of a soft landing for the economy.
This, while the Central Bank continues to increase interest rates. In fact, at the beginning of this month the financial institution increased rates by half a point to the highest level in the last 15 years.
In particular, when asked about their biggest concern about the market, an overwhelming 73% of participating money managers said it was Federal Reserve policy, followed by China’s invasion of Taiwan and thirdly the problems labor and supply line.
Inflation in 2023 and the consequences on investment
According to the survey conducted by CNBC, 4 out of 5 money managers who participated in the survey predicted that inflation will continue to decline in 2023.
But not only that, they also ensured that key investment themes are emerging this year: 72% of respondents said they will focus on value over growth in the new year.
Energy stocks will also be a favorite among investors in 2023, with 41% of respondents saying that is where they will focus. Participants were evenly split between high-dividend stocks, financial names and healthcare companies, with 31% favoring each of those categories in the coming year.
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