Markets are focused on ‘Fed and major central bank hawkishness,’ strategist says

Markets are focused on ‘fed and major central bank hawkishness,’ strategist says

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HSBC Chief Multi-Asset Strategist Max Kettner joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss FedEx stock performance, macro headwinds, inflation, recessionary risks, and the expectations for the Fed’s upcoming FOMC meeting.

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