Since March 2020, the U.S. equity market has witnessed the shortest bear market in history, followed by a ferocious tech-driven rally and then a sharp rotation from growth to value stocks. In April, the consumer price index (CPI, a metric used to gauge inflation) rose year-over-year by 4.2% , a stark jump from 2.6% year-over-year increase in March . This has left investors and analysts worried that the U.S. Federal Reserve could tighten its monetary policy earlier than expected.
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