H&W in the Media

Stocks surge 1% as jobs data eases rate hike fears; Dow jumps 250 points


“I think the first one will come in June,” said Kevin Mahn, chief investment officer at Hennion & Walsh Asset Management. “I think they have enough tangential and enough actual evidence to start a rate hike.”

As for Friday’s bounce in stocks, Mahn said “I think the market, at least the majority of institutions, believe we are in a secular bull market, so the general trend will be upward.”

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