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Fed’s massive stimulus is a gift for the economy and equity investors
The Fed has begun to discuss when to begin backing off the extraordinary liquidity it has provided the U.S. economy since late May, 2020. Additionally, the Fed moved forward from 2024 to 2023 the timing of Fed Funds rate hikes.
This news caught the equity and bond markets somewhat by surprise and signaled the beginning-of-the-end of “pedal to the metal” liquidity by the Fed. It’s important to note that, to date, the Fed has done nothing other than signal its future intentions in the face of a fast-growing economy and inflationary pressures.
This is all good news. The economy is beginning to show signs of life after its engineered shutdown last year, and unemployment is going down, although it still has quite a way to go. Additionally, even though the Fed has signaled its intention of withdrawing liquidity, it has years to go before it has fully paired back liquidity to a modestly accommodative level.
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