The Dow Jones Industrial Average has jumped on Tuesday after the Fed announced it will keep rates at a record low.
But it will not be able to push prices higher.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen has also said the Fed will keep interest rates low until the economy is strong enough to support longer-term inflation expectations.
The Dow rose more than 100 points in early trading after the Dow was up about 20 points.
“There’s no way this market can go down,” said Chris Lebrun, chief investment officer at Investment Group Wealth Management in London.
Yellen’s comments are a huge signal that the Fed is not just going to keep the interest rate low for a while.
However, markets will not see the full benefits of that move.
Investors have been looking for evidence of a Fed rate hike, but there have been no signs that the central bank is likely to take that step, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
While the Fed has not raised rates, it has said it is watching for signs of rising inflation, which would be a big boost to the Dow.
Despite the Fed’s interest rate moves, there have also been warnings that the economy might be slowing down.
Some economists say the economy has slipped back into recession.
Economists say the Dow’s gains are a sign that investors are looking for a big signal of a rate hike from the Fed, which is unlikely given that the bond market has already priced in a rate cut.
There are signs that investors may be ready to accept the low rate and the low inflation.
It was the first time the Dow had gained more than 10% in more than five years, as investors watched markets slide last week.
A key driver of the Dow has been the Fed.
Since the Fed began reducing its asset purchases last year, it is seen as helping to support stocks, as well as helping the economy.
Inflation is expected to average 3.6% this year, down from 4.5% last year and 4.9% in 2016.
Even though the Dow is up over 10% so far, investors may not feel like they are getting the full benefit of a higher rate hike.
What you need to know about the US economy:The Dow’s rally is a sign of optimism for the US stock market after the Federal Reserve’s decision to keep rates low.
Read more on the economy: The Fed will likely keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.25% until December at the earliest.
Its move to raise rates is expected this month.
Bonds will be priced lower, which means that the price of bonds will rise, but investors will still see higher returns.
That means investors may have to wait longer to take advantage of higher yields.
For example, the yield on 10-year Treasury bonds has risen almost 25 basis points this year compared to 2016.
The Dow has risen more than 500 points in the past five trading days, the biggest rise since February.
The S&P 500 has risen less than 2%.
The Nasdaq composite index has risen about 5%.
The broader S&P 500 is up about 5% so much that it has climbed more than 7%.
The Dow is down more than 2% since January.