Typically interest rates get cut during bad economic times, like a recession. It is a bit of a mystery to me why interest rates are being cut during a “good” economy. This is classically a recipe for a bubble, such as the real estate bubble that led to the crash of 2008. So where is the bubble today? The Conversation says: corporate debt.
Why the Fed has no choice but to keep cutting interest rates – if it wants to avoid a financial crisis