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๐Ÿ’ผ What a Stagflationary Jobs Report Means for the Fed, Economy, and Markets Thumbnail

๐Ÿ’ผ What a Stagflationary Jobs Report Means for the Fed, Economy, and Markets

There's a common saying among investors that markets take the stairs up and the elevator down. This is because the long-term trends that drive markets higher tend to be slow-moving and compound over time, whereas the events that create short-term panic tend to be sudden and unexpected. For investors, understanding this dynamic in the current environment is critical to staying focused on important financial goals.

We discuss in this episode of The Wealth Effect Podcast:
โš ๏ธ  Bond Market Volatility
๐Ÿ“Š   U.S. Labor Market
๐Ÿฆ   Expected Monetary Policy


Matt Faubion, CFPยฎ

Founder - Wealth Manager

Show notes and charts:

Bond market volatility has been elevated

The job market is showing signs of softening

Markets do not expect the Fed to raise rates again

The bottom line: Markets are cheering weak economic data as evidence of the ever-hoped for "soft-landing." However, stagflationary forces continue to permeate throughout the economy, which will likely keep the Fed in inflation-fighting mode.

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