History shows a Fed rate cut isn't always good for stocks
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The stock market has been rallying in recent weeks on hopes of the Federal Reserve will lower interest rates, but history suggests a rate cut can sends stocks on a complicated trajectory. UBS strategist Francois Trahan notes how excited investors were after the cuts to the Fed funds rates in 2001 and 2007. Yahoo Finance's Scott Gamm discusses.
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    Cancerkiller
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    A rate cut is often the results of a failing economy. Not the cause of a failing economy.
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    Johnnyb
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