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Oct 04 2022

Good News Which Is Still “Good News”

  • Oct 4, 2022

With overwhelming concerns about inflation, overheated economic growth, and Federal Reserve tightening, any good news is mainly perceived as “bad news.” Reports showing strong consumer spending, healthy industrial activity, better housing numbers, or solid job figures only raise fears that the Fed will be forced to lift interest rates higher for longer. It’s a tough environment for investors. Typically, evidence of “economic health” is a good thing. Until the Fed blinks, however, and inflation anxiety moderates, news that is ordinarily good will be “bad.”


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