Performance of S&P 500 Around the First-Rate Cut

Performance of S&P 500 Around the First-Rate Cut After the first-rate cut, the S&P 500’s performance is much better in mid-cycle than in late-cycle. Picture source: Societe Generale Asset Research

How Does A First Rate Cut Affect the Stock Market?

How Does A First Rate Cut Affect the Stock Market? Since 1970, the first rate cut has been bullish for the S&P 500 for the next 12 months, with recession and no recession. Picture source: Fidelity Management and Research

U.S. Equities – One Year Return After a Fed Rate Cut

U.S. Equities – One Year Return After a Fed Rate Cut The chart shows how U.S. equities have historically performed after a 25 bps and 50 bps Fed rate cut over the last 35 years. You may also like “First Fed Rate Cut.” Picture source: Ycharts

S&P 500 Returns After Rate Cuts Near Highs

S&P 500 Returns After Rate Cuts Near Highs Since 1980, the Fed has cut rates 17 times (S&P 500 within 2% of new highs). One year later, the S&P 500 was still higher. Picture source: Ryan Detrick, LPL Financial LLC