Buckle Up For The December Fed Meeting: 2 Scenarios Playing Out

Summary

  • Our playbook for the upcoming December Fed meeting.
  • The major stock indexes are back to their all-time high, brushing off recent Omicron concerns and broader macro uncertainties.
  • The upcoming Fed meeting will be critical because it could signal a more hawkish shift in policy to address surging inflation.
  • We expect continued volatility in stocks with the Fed moving forward with a rate hike in 2022 despite a slowing economy.
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It was a kumbaya moment for stocks this week posting a massive rally amid easing Omicron concerns. Headlines suggesting mild symptoms from the variant while vaccine makers signal that the current shots provide protection helped

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