S&P 500 After Initial Fed Rate Cuts Outside Of Recession

S&P 500 After Initial Fed Rate Cuts Outside Of Recession Outside of recessions, U.S. stocks have tended to rise after the Fed’s first rate cut, with an average gain of 15% within 12 months. Image: BofA Predictive Analytics

Monthly Number of Global Central Bank Rate Cuts

Monthly Number of Global Central Bank Rate Cuts In response to slowing inflation and the need to bolster economic growth, central banks around the globe are shifting towards a more accommodative monetary policy. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Probability of Fed Rate Cut

Probability of Fed Rate Cut Given the current economic landscape and its potential implications on financial markets, should traders and investors anticipate three interest rate cuts from the Fed by the end of the year? Image: The Daily Shot

Market Pricing of Fed Rate Cuts

Market Pricing of Fed Rate Cuts The market’s pricing of the Fed rate cuts for 2024 has significantly declined, reflecting a shift in expectations for future monetary policy. Image: BofA Global Research

S&P 500 with Start of Rate Cut Cycles and U.S. Recessions

S&P 500 with Start of Rate Cut Cycles and U.S. Recessions Historically, the S&P 500 has tended to post positive returns in the 12 months following the Fed’s first rate cut, unless the U.S. economy enters recession. Image: Deutsche Bank

S&P 500 Pre and Post Fed Rate Cuts

S&P 500 Pre and Post Fed Rate Cuts Unless the U.S. economy enters a recession, the S&P 500 generally posts positive performance in the 12 months following the Fed’s first rate cut. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Global Central Bank Rate Cuts vs. Hikes

Global Central Bank Rate Cuts vs. Hikes Since the beginning of the year, there have been more global rate hikes than global rate cuts. Image: BofA Global Credit Research