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Investors should brace themselves for major moves on Thursday if the Fed hikes rates, strategist Peter Boockvar says.
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Semiconductor stocks rallied Tuesday, outperforming the broader market as investors appear to get behind the group.
Bond yields ripped higher ahead of the Fed's Thursday meeting at which the central bank could raise rates for the first time in nine years.
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"There's going to be a recession when central bank policy reverses. It's inevitable," Peter Boockvar of The Lindsey Group said Tuesday.
Whatever the Fed does Thursday will surprise someone, but this action is the one that could hurt global markets most.
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"The areas that are strong in the economy are very rate sensitive," Jim Cramer explains.
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There is a "below 50 percent chance" the Fed will raise short-term interest rates this week, Pimco Group Chief Investment Officer Dan Ivascyn said.
The Fed's highly anticipated policy meeting this week could be setting up a short-term trade in certain areas of the market, if history is any guide.
If the Fed puts off raising interest rates, these beaten categories could see a good bounce, one trader says.
Investor appetite for risk assets has deteriorated sharply on concerns about China and emerging markets, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey shows.
"Let's get it out of the way," the Wharton professor tells CNBC, adding the uncertainty surrounding the guessing game has actually been hurting stocks more than an actual move.
Just like in 2000, investors have little confidence in stock valuations, but are confident in short-term market prospects, Robert Shiller said.