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Weekly Market Pulse: Higher For Longer



“Higher for longer.”

That’s what the Fed says they intend to do with interest rates and investors finally decided to believe them last week. Bond yields, which have been stagnant since peaking last October, finally broke above the trading range they’ve been

10-Year Treasury Yield S&P 500
March to December 2021 1.62% to 1.52% 21.0%
January 2022 to June 2022 1.52% to 3.49% -21.0%
June/July 2022 3.49% to 2.52% 10.0%
August 2022 to October 2022 2.52% to 4.25% -12.5%
October 2022 to August 2022 4.25% to 3.97%* 29.6%
August 2022 to Now 3.97% to 4.5% -5.6%

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