Jolts to the stock market because of international turmoil could keep the Federal Reserve on the sidelines for longer, even if U.S. economic growth continues to strengthen, BK Asset Management Managing Director Boris Schlossberg told CNBC on Friday.
The crisis in Iraq is not just going to be an overnight event, Schlossberg said in a “Squawk Box” interview before the U.S. military announced an airstrike was carried out on Islamic insurgents there. “We’re probably going to have this on our hands for the next couple of weeks.”
President Barack Obama on Thursday night authorized airstrikes in Iraq to protect American personnel there. The U.S. also began humanitarian aid airdrops to civilians trapped in the middle of the conflict.
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