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U.S. | 8 July 2019 50 is Off the Table, Would Strong Sales and Inflation Data Kill the 25?
The June employment report pretty much killed the idea that the Fed will cut rates by 50bp on July 31.

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8 July 2019 50 is Off the Table, Would Strong Sales and Inflation Data Kill the 25?

By Ian Shepherdson

The June employment report pretty much killed the idea that the Fed will cut rates by 50bp on July 31.

Posted: 8th Jul 2019 in 'U.S.'

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