Markets haven’t ‘fully embraced’ Fed hawkishness yet, strategist says

Markets haven’t ‘fully embraced’ fed hawkishness yet, strategist says

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F.L.Putnam Chief Market Strategist Ellen Hazen joins Yahoo Finance Live anchors Julie Hyman and Brian Sozzi to discuss Fed consistency, inflation, interest rates, continued volatility, economic headwinds, consumer demand, investor sentiment, and energy.

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