BofA Says Brace for Recession Shock After Worst Rout in 52 Years

(Bloomberg) — A “recession shock” begins for markets following the worst first-half for the S&P 500 in more than 50 years, Bank of America Corp.’s Chief Investment Strategist Michael Hartnett says.

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While expectations of aggressive rate hikes by the Federal Reserve are peaking, inflation expectations are not, and Bofa’s bull and bear indicator remains at “maximum bearish” for a third week in a row, Hartnett wrote in a note.

Both stocks and bonds were rocked…

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