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Here's why good jobs news is bad news for the Fed and the stock market

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Friday's solid jobs report reignited concerns that the Federal Reserve will continue on its unprecedented campaign of hiking interest rates. The central bank has been trying to slow the economy through a series of aggressive rate hikes. Demand for workers feeds into higher inflation as companies raise pay to attract talent and retain it.
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Why good news for the economy is bad news for stocks and the Fed

It's not the fall that kills you, as the saying goes — it's the sudden stop at the bottom.

4 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Here's why good jobs news is bad news for the Fed and the stock market

The good-news-is-bad-news theme was an overarching reason behind Friday's sharp sell-off in stocks and the sharp increase in bond yields.

4 months ago·United States
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Good news is still bad news for the stock market, but there is a silver lining to Friday's strong jobs report

The strong September jobs report confirmed that good economic news is still bad news for the stock market.But there is a silver lining to the jobs numbers,

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Why good news for the economy is bad news for stocks and the Fed

(CNN) -- It's not the fall that kills you, as the saying goes — it's the sudden stop at the bottom. Friday's solid jobs report sent Wall Street reeling after it reignited concerns that the Federal Reserve will continue on its unprecedented campaign of hiking interest

4 months ago·Indianapolis, United States
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