The Fed is done raising interest rates and will likely cut them by roughly one percentage point next year.
AQR Capital Management’s Jordan Brooks issuing a word of warning to those on Wall Street still betting that Fed can engineer “painless disinflation."
Odds of the U.S. avoiding a deep recession and achieving a "soft landing" are rising as the Federal Reserve tries to bring down inflation.
Sixteen months after the Federal Reserve began its most aggressive rate-hike cycle in decades, markets are breathing a sigh of relief.
Many pros think a cooling in inflation is the main reason why as it could unleash a profit reacceleration into year-end and early 2024.
Rally in global stocks suggests inflation and recession risks are in the rear-view mirror. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. strategists are more skeptical.