Source: LPL Research, Bloomberg, Federal Reserve 06/14/19
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6 Months After
S&P 500 Index Performance Following Initial Federal Reserve Rate Cut
12 Months After
Past 10 Years
Average 12 Months After Rate Cut, Excluding ‘01 and ’07: 15.8%
Average 6 Months After Rate Cut, Excluding ‘01 and ’07: 11.1%
Average 12 Months After Rate Cut: 5.8%
Average 6 Months After Rate Cut: 4.5%
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