I fear markets will hit bottom until Fed cuts rates, says BofA’s SubramanianCNBC Television Raging stock declines slow at key S&P 500 technical levelYahoo finance Raging stock declines slow at key S&P 500 technical levelBloomberg Opinion: The S&P 500 is oversold, but dangerousMarketWatch Stocks rout leaves S&P 500 hovering near June lows: Markets wrapFinance Yahoo … Read more
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Pace of rate hikes puts economy and markets in ‘danger zone’, says Peter BoockvarCNBC Television It will be a ‘big deal’ in 2024: Dan Henningerfox business Prepare for interest rates to ‘keep rising’, warns market expertfox business See full coverage on Google News .
High end retailers will do better than low end due to trade declines, says Jan Rogers KniffenCNBC Television .
Housing affordability requires realignment of supply and demand, says Fed Chairman PowellCNBC Television Live coverage: Fed Chairman Powell holds press conferenceCoinDesk Fed Chairman Jerome Powell says he doesn’t know if he’s causing a recessionHuffPost Here’s what changed in the Fed’s new statementCNBC Reviews | Jerome Powell’s Federal Reserve raises interest rates again. Good.The Washington Post … Read more
Oil supply will tighten as winter approaches, says Goldman Sachs’ Jeff CurrieCNBC Television .
Branch: Markets will likely retest the lows we saw in JuneCNBC Television Markets will retest June lows, says Veritas Financial’s Greg BranchCNBC Television See full coverage on Google News .
August retail sales posted an unexpected increase of 0.3%; weekly jobless claims reached 213,000CNBC Television Some good inflation news: wholesale prices fell in AugustCNN Retail sales August 2022:CNBC Core inflation more persistent than food inflation, and that’s a concernMoney control Inflation sends restaurant customers looking for valueRSQ magazine See full coverage on Google News .
Fed Can’t Raise Interest Rates That Quickly Without Serious Consequences, Says Kyle BassCNBC Television .