Market outlooks

Why a recession could be the best thing for your portfolio

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. Photo: Federal Reserve/Public Domain.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's recent announcement that U.S. interest rates will hold steady at 5.25% to 5.5% has sparked a debate among investment professionals about what would be best for asset owners: a "soft landing" or a full-blown recession?

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