The Fed’s potential halt in tightening doesn’t guarantee a stock market boom, as historical patterns show a mixed outcome influenced by factors like recession and market pricing.

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The prospect of the Fed concluding its tightening raises questions about an imminent stock market boom, yet historical trends offer no definitive answers. Analyzing the S&P 500’s performance after past Fed peaks reveals a mixed picture, with the market experiencing both falls and rallies. The outcome hinges on the potential occurrence of a recession and the extent to which it has already been factored into market pricing.

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