In its second quarter 2022 survey, KeyBank asked 400 owners and executives of middle market businesses – defined as those in the $10 million to $2 billion range – about their outlooks on inflation, supply chain and talent recruitment and retention. In addition to revealing the overarching mood of middle market businesses, the survey uncovered some interesting contrasts when comparing different industry sectors.
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Investment returns over the past three calendar years (2019–2021) have been among some of the strongest on record. However, as we turned the page to 2022, many headwinds became apparent such as increasing geopolitical tensions, rising interest rates, and historically high equity valuations. This has led to large gyrations in investment markets that tend to unnerve market participants.
As middle market businesses settled into the first quarter of 2022, COVID-19 seemed to be loosening its grip across the country. But shortly after KeyBank surveyed 400 owners and executives of middle market businesses (in the $10 million to $2 billion range) about their outlook for the coming months, Russia invaded Ukraine – setting off a geopolitical conflict that introduces new layers of economic uncertainty for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
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