May Funds mARKet Update Webinar

May 18, 2023 | Fund mARKet Update

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Please enjoy ARK’s March Fund mARKet Update webinar. In this month’s on-demand webinar, Cathie Wood and the ARK Investment Team discuss Tesla, Multi-Omics, a potential US government default, Artifical Intelligence and the recent regional bank acquisitions.

‘mARKet update’ is new and improved! ARK publishes a brand new webinar on the third Thursday of every month at 4:30 pm ET. Investors are encouraged to submit questions ahead of the recording of each webinar on Twitter by mentioning our Funds account @ARK_Funds, or by submitting questions via Say Technologies.

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March Funds mARKet Update Webinar

Please enjoy ARK’s first-ever Funds mARKet Update webinar. In this month's on-demand webinar, Cathie Wood and the ARK Investment Team discuss the recent regional bank collapses, macro-economic conditions including interest rates and inflation, and the recent performance of the ARK ETFs and the ARk Venture Fund before answering investor questions.


Q1 2023 Fund Webinar

Broad-based global equity indexes appreciated in the first quarter as the financial markets anticipated less hawkish signals from the US Federal Reserve (Fed). After the Fed’s preferred measures of inflation and wages cooled, Fed Chairman Powell committed to “a couple more” rate increases, signaling that the Fed may be close to the end of its tightening cycle. In response to reports of higher-than-expected inflation and tighter than expected US labor markets, however, Fed members began to telegraph more hawkish sentiments, whipsawing the markets with every public appearance.

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