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With the Fed raising interest rates and other central banks not, what does this mean for US stocks?

The Federal Reserve’s recent decision to raise interest rates contrasts with many other central banks around the world, which are leaving or lowering their base rates.

So does this divergence in central bank policy mean good or bad news for investors who own US equities? A look at data on how leading stock indices around the world have behaved under similar circumstances suggests that US stocks should do relatively well.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/fed-interest-rate-stock-market-11648753040?mod=rss_markets_main With the Fed raising interest rates and other central banks not, what does this mean for US stocks?

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