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Feds Emergency Rate Cut Backfires

Instead of smoothing out the market, the surprise rate cut yestersday instead spooked investors, causing stock prices to fall even further. Panic is not a good look for the Fed. They are used to managing Demand Shocks, not Supply Shocks. Rate cuts won't increase factory output.

Here's what analysts and investors are thinking now

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