Last week, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates again by another quarter point.

While it typically takes at least a year for any increase or decrease in interest rates to be felt in a widespread economic way, the market’s response to a change is often more immediate.

So, what does this mean for stocks and bonds? I’ll tell you in today’s video.

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What to Expect as FAANG Stocks Prepare to Report

What to Expect as FAANG Stocks Prepare to Report

The major indexes slumped as investors brace for a busy week of earnings and the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate announcement — and more in Monday’s stock market recap. The Federal Open Market Committee meeting starts on Tuesday, with the Fed expected to...

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