Market Responses to Fed (In)Action


By: Jeffrey Roach, PhD, Chief Economist & Lawrence Gillum, CFA, Chief Fixed Income Strategist

As the economy is likely downshifting, investors should take heed that the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) current stance is eerily similar to early 2007.  During that time, the Fed held a tightening bias since they believed the housing market was stabilizing, the economy would continue to expand, and inflation risks remained. Clearly, their expectations were not met as the economy soon fell into recession. That’s not suggesting another 2008 is coming, but rather highlights how fast the economic environment can change.

Read the full commentary here: weekly-market-commentary-06.20.2023


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