Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers’ chief strategist, discusses how the US Federal Reserve’s hawkish tone has reduced inflationary expectations.
That may not actually be what monetary policy-making officials had in mind.
Yet investors remain more than willing to follow the Fed and the market rally hasn’t waned all that much.
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