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Jul 9, 2013 16:10
Historically, markets rallied as the Fed transitioned from interest rate cuts to a neutral policy stance. The principal reason a central bank pauses from easing is the stabilization of economic growth. As the data transitions from stability to expansion, the central bank reduces stimulus, allowing economic and business green shoots transform into full bloom. And thus, it is no surprise that the S&P500 rise during periods of neutral monetary policy following interest rate cuts.
Sep '92 to Jan '94: S&P500 +15%
Nov '98 to May '99: S&P500 +16%
June '03 to May '04: S&P500 +18%
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