Entering December, the fixed income allocation strategy is overweight U.S. High Yield, U.S. Investment Grade, and Emerging Market Bonds, while being underweight Floating Rate Notes, U.S. Long-Term Treasurys, Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, and International Investment Grade bonds.

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Full strategy commentary: NDRFIAS202212061

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