S&P 500 And Margin Accounts Near All-time High (Will Fed Rock the Boat??)

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The S&P 500 stock market index is near an all-time high. But then again, margin accounts at NYSE firms are also at all-time highs.

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Meanwhile, brokerage call money loan rates on margin accounts continue near the all-time low (despite recent increases in The Fed Fund Target rate).

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Will The Fed’s proposed 25 basis point increase at the December FOMC meeting (which would result in the call money rate rising to 3.25%) result in a slowdown of margin borrowing? Probably not.

Party on Stan, Party on Janet! 

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