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28th Apr 2023 14:52U.S., Weekly Monitor

  • The rate of increase in core PCE services prices, ex-housing, looks to be slowing, at the margin.
  • The Republican debt ceiling billing fixes nothing; negotiations right to the wire are inevitable.
  • China’s manufacturing rebound has peaked, but it still should lift the U.S. ISM over the next few months.

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