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15th Mar 2023 16:51U.S., Daily Monitor

  • If the Credit Suisse meltdown doesn’t scare the Fed, the drop in Treasury liquidity should.
  • The potential cost of skipping a rate hike next week is much less than the cost of damaging the system.
  • Q1 consumption looks to be headed for a 2% gain; the downshift in core PPI inflation is back on track.

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