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Market Brief: When Will The Fed Start Cutting Rates?

Market Brief: When Will The Fed Start Cutting Rates?

After surprisingly strong year-end economic data and signs that inflation will continue to cool, when should investors expect interest rates to start coming down? Perhaps not quite yet. Commerce Trust’s Chief Economist and Director of Fixed Income Management Scott Colbert explains why the Federal Reserve is likely to keep rates steady in the near-term in a new Commerce Trust Market Brief video.


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