On The Radar: Has the Fed become more dovish on their view of future rate hikes?

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February 2019
FAQs on the Markets and Economy
On the Radar is a biweekly publication providing quick and concise answers to the topical investment and economic questions that are on investors' minds.
New questions in this issue:
Has the Fed become more dovish on their view of future rate hikes?
Yes. Since Q4's steep slide in stocks, senior Fed policy makers have been taking back some of their hawkish statements from last year...
What is happening with Europe's economy?
Since the end of the global financial crisis, economic growth in the eurozone has been plagued with problems and has consequentially had a pace of economic growth that has been slower than what has been seen in the United States...
Will the bull market continue in 2019?
Equity markets appear to have found their footing over the first month of the New Year, with the S&P 500 up 15.1% from the December low...
What is happening to corporate spreads?
During Q4 of last year, credit spreads were widening, indicating the possibility of slower economic growth on the horizon; this move paralleled the drop in equity prices...
What is the impact of the U.S. government shutdown on the economy?
Congress and the president have reached a deal to temporarily reopen the government until February 15, halting the longest shutdown in U.S. history at 35 days...
What is City National Rochdale's investment outlook for 2019?
Although it can be difficult to remain calm in the midst of market action like we've seen over the past couple of months, our advice is to stay disciplined and invested...
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