Kathleen Hayes of Bloomberg, one of the more thoughtful financial reporters asked the Chair how to square raising rates when hard data and GDP was declining. Chair Yellen response was, to paraphrase, "a lot of noise in GDP" and "committe would monitor incoming data."
My view is that any data that is presumed to be neutral will be Bullish for stocks. Bonds on the other hand continue to trade between deflation and inflation.
How's the running?
I am over my Achilles injury, back to a weekly routine of tempo, repetions/intervals and a long run. I have added two days of free weights/core on easy days.