2 Question Tuesday – 09/05/2023 – Can The Market Rally Without Rates Coming Down & Will Liquidity Requirements Become A Problem?

Welcome to 2 Question Tuesday. This week’s client submitted questions were:

  1. Can the stock market rally without interest rates coming down?
  2. Will liquidity requirements for regional banks become a problem for the economy?

Phil, Mike, and Larry discuss last week’s economic reports and what they mean for inflation, the possibility of a recession and the Federal Reserve’s view on interest rates. This causes them to ask, can the stock market rally if interest rates stay at this high level for some time? They then talk about the Fed’s demands that regional banks shore up their liquidity, and if the banks can’t meet the requirements will this hurt the economy?

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