At the beginning of the year, the CME Group’s Fed Fund futures prices reflected an 80% probability that the Fed Funds Rate will be 0.75-1.25% after the Fed’s December 2016 meeting. Today, that probability is less than 50%. However, how much weight the Fed will give the market in its decision making has yet to be understood.
Gary Stringer is the CIO, Kim Escue is a Senior Portfolio Manager, and Chad Keller is the COO and CCO at Stringer Asset Management, a participant in the ETF Strategist Channel.
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