Trading Week of September 12 – September 17

Posted on: September 11th, 2022
By: Tadeo Martinez


European Central Bank raises rates by 75 basis points to tackle soaring inflation

Europe fights inflation strongly

Delaware court denies Musk request to delay Twitter trial but approves request to add whistleblower claims

Will this make Twitter’s price go up?

CVS to buy home health giant Signify Health for about $8 billion

Bed Bath & Beyond CFO Gustavo Arnal died by suicide, medical examiner says

This caused the stock to go down past Tuesday.

Chobani withdraws IPO plans after yogurt maker filed in November to go public

Payrolls rose 315,000 in August as companies keep hiring

With unemployment rising to 3.7% does that mean that inflation will come down as there will be less people working?

Bear Market Leaves Bond Investors With Few Places to Hide

Markets are bracing for key inflation data next week. Analysts say expect a ‘knee-jerk’ gain if CPI falls, but don’t bet on the Fed to pivot at its upcoming meeting.

My question is whether people are expecting to see a 75 basis point rate hike or 50 and how will the market react for each one?

Some major banks are now expecting a 75 basis point rate hike in September and a 50 in November. So if there’s a 75 basis point rate hike in September there might not be a big sell-off on the market.

Market falls pose challenge for 60/40 portfolios

With money being tight by rate hikes and energy prices increasing there might be a recession coming in the US and Europe.

The market is still underestimating how hawkish the Fed will be – and it’s too soon to worry about going overboard with hikes, says former NY Fed president

It’s saying the Fed won’t stop until inflation is back to 2%

There will most likely be a 75 basis point rate hike on September 20-21

There will be high rate hikes for longer than what people think

The wild card that could sink stocks: What investors need to know as the Fed unwinds liquidity that had helped fuel market gains

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