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February 2024 / VIDEO

The Fed Has Pivoted. What’s Next?

With cooling expectations, investors wonder when and how far U.S. rates will fall in 2024.

Key Insights

  • Reduced expectations that the Federal Reserve will begin cutting interest rates in March have left investors wondering when—and how far—U.S. rates will fall in 2024.
  • Based on past Fed hiking and cutting cycles, we expect modest rate cuts, although the Fed’s actions will be influenced by inflation and labor market conditions.




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