‘Tightening Is So Last Year’: What Wall Street Thinks Of (Another) Dovish Surprise From The Fed

‘Tightening Is So Last Year’: What Wall Street Thinks Of (Another) Dovish Surprise From The Fed

Tightening is so last year. That's the title of BNP's March Fed recap and it does a nice job of capturing the gist of things while employing a bit of timeless humor without lapsing too far into the kind of ill-fated pop cultural references the sellside often bungles in the course of attempting to write funny headlines. We've already written one postmortem in addition to our full March Fed post (on top of countless previews), but given the gravity of what was, ultimately, yet another "dovish su
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3 thoughts on “‘Tightening Is So Last Year’: What Wall Street Thinks Of (Another) Dovish Surprise From The Fed

  1. Folded like a Walmart tent on Denali in January. I was hoping for more return on savings. I’m thinking that savings = return are now declasse.

  2. The riddle is…… are they (Fed ) doing the right thing for the wrong reason or the wrong thing for the right reason.. May sound silly but not any sillier than it looks from an impersonal observation….

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