Stimulus

STIMULUS….Yesterday the Fed announced a stunning 75 bp interest rate cut in advance of its regular meeting. Dramatic! But apparently Wall Street wants more. Here’s the third paragraph of today’s Washington Post report:

Investors in futures markets are betting there is a strong likelihood that the Fed will cut rates again at its regularly scheduled meeting next week.

Meanwhile, the European Central Bank, apparently, plans to do nothing at all.

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