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Covid-19 cases will rise at a faster rate in September, as schools return and vaccine efficacy fades.
The larger-than-consensus fall in the composite PMI adds to evidence that the recovery is slowing.
The disruption caused by Covid-19 cases is only part of the story; a weaker underlying picture is emerging.
Prices still are rising sharply, but there are some early signs that the upward pressure is easing.
Next week's labour market report—released during our summer break—likely will show that employment is growing respectably, rather than spectacularly.
Recoveries after recessions usually receive substantial support in their infancy from the inventories component of GDP.
In one line: Sticking to the script; high inflation still seen as transitory.
June’s Markit/CIPS PMIs suggest that the economic recovery still has plenty of momentum.
The hawkish surprise last week from the U.S. Fed has left many investors questioning whether the MPC will follow suit this Thursday.
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