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Fed tightening may limit gains in US equities

While we don’t think the stock market’s falls this week mark the start of a sustained rout, we do expect Fed tightening to curb the upside for mid- and large-cap US equities over the next couple of years. And tighter monetary policy might also weigh a bit more heavily on them than on equities elsewhere.
Thomas Mathews Markets Economist
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