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What is a Goldilocks economy?- Shavon from California
: A Goldilocks scenario is when things aren't so good that the Fed has reason to keep raising rates, but not so bad that they are falling apart. This type of economy tends to keep the Fed and other policymakers on the sidelines, allowing the economy to gradually improve, a favorable scenario for stocks.
: If AMD actually did go and make a bid for ATI, AMD's share price would probably go down. This would be a normal reaction for the acquiring company in an acquisition, though occasionally acquiring companies will go up on a deal announcement if it excites investors enough, as which happened with
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