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source Reddit The stock market is up 7.5% on Friday, according to the Nasdaq, but that doesn’t mean the economy is doing any better.
The Federal Reserve’s policy rate is at 0.5%, which is still well below its record high of 2% in June.
The Dow is up 1,200 points, while the S&P 500 is up 2,400.
The Federal Reserve is also watching the economic situation closely, but is likely to cut rates sooner than later.
On Thursday, the Fed raised its benchmark interest rate by $1.50 to 0.75% from June’s 1.25% and raised the Fed’s target range for the overnight rate to zero to 1% from 1.5%-2%.
The Fed has also said it expects to continue to raise short-term interest rates, a policy that is already underway, for the next two years.
“There are some signs of slowing activity in the economy,” Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Friday.
And in a bit of a reversal of her previous statements, Yellen also said the Fed is likely not to raise rates this year.
It’s possible, but unlikely, that the Fed will cut rates even though it has said for months it would do so.
“This is an important and welcome development,” said Paul Ashworth, chief economist at Wells Fargo Securities.
“However, it does not change the fundamentals of the Fed as the central bank continues to monitor economic conditions closely.
While the market has moved higher in recent days, we are not yet seeing the full impact of the labor market’s improved momentum.
That momentum has helped the Dow close above 17,000 and the S.&!amp;Ps.
500 close above 1,000, but the two are still just above the 1,500 level that the Federal Reserve has set for itself.
In its most recent policy report, the Federal Government also signaled its interest in the outlook for the economy.
Despite the recent improvement, the stock and bond markets have been very volatile. “
While it is encouraging to see a substantial improvement in the labor and economic outlook over the past week, we still remain concerned about the outlook,” the report said.
Despite the recent improvement, the stock and bond markets have been very volatile.
Earlier this month, a big selloff occurred as investors worried that the U.S. would default on its debt and be forced to spend billions in bailout funds.
Then, in the aftermath of the Brexit vote in Britain, investors lost confidence that the global economy was getting back on track.
Since then, markets have largely rebounded.
However, as a result of these events, the Dow and S. &PS.
500 are still near record highs.
At the time of this writing, the SAC-20 index is down 7.7% from its previous peak, the day before the Brexit referendum.
SAC-50 is down 4.6%.
So, even though stocks and bonds have bounced back, it appears the Federal Republicans are still holding onto a very thin slice of the pie.