Plus we interview Pubmatic CEO Rajeev Goel.
In this podcast, Motley Fool senior analyst Ron Gross discusses: The positive reaction in the stock market to the Fed’s move.
Prospects for much lower inflation in 2023.
Borrowing costs going higher.
Expectations for more rate hikes later this year.
Motley Fool senior analyst Asit Sharma talks with Pubmatic ( PUBM 3.22%) CEO Rajeev Goel about why his company is becoming more predictably profitable, and the growing opportunity in connected TV.
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Investors Discuss the Fed’s Latest Rate Hike
Plus we interview Pubmatic CEO Rajeev Goel.