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U.S. Documents | 11 Apr. 2016 Stronger Growth and Accelerating Wages Will Shift Rate Sentiment
A reader sent us last week a series of five simple feedback loops, all of which ended with the Fed remaining "cautious". For example, in a scenario in which the dollar strengthens--perhaps because of stronger U.S. economic data--markets see an increased risk of a Chinese devaluation, which then pummels EM assets, making the Fed nervous about global growth risks to the domestic economy.

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11 Apr. 2016 Stronger Growth and Accelerating Wages Will Shift Rate Sentiment

By Ian Shepherdson

A reader sent us last week a series of five simple feedback loops, all of which ended with the Fed remaining "cautious". For example, in a scenario in which the dollar strengthens--perhaps because of stronger U.S. economic data--markets see an increased risk of a Chinese devaluation, which then pummels EM assets, making the Fed nervous about global growth risks to the domestic economy.

Posted: 11th Apr 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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