The market’s ‘silver lining’ may be a less aggressive Fed amid recession concerns: Strategist

The market's 'silver lining' may be a less aggressive fed amid recession concerns: strategist

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Hennion & Walsh CIO Kevin Mahn joins Yahoo Finance Live anchors Rachelle Akuffo, Dave Briggs and Seana Smith to discuss a potential upside trajectory in market performance contingent upon the next policy moves by the Federal Reserve.

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