S&P 500 And Bond Markets Should Not Be Worried By Next Week’s Fed Rate Hike

It is finally time for the Fed to make the first 2016 rate hike. Having postponed it many times during the year, the FOMC will almost surely increase rates by 25bp – from 0.25/0.5% to 0.5/0.75% – at the end of Wednesday, 14 December monetary policy meeting. It would be the first rate hike since December ’15.

All economic data published over the last few weeks confirm

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