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17th Jan 2023 15:50U.S., Daily Monitor

  • Falling gas prices and severe storms likely hurt December retail sales; but the core is softening too.
  • Core PPI inflation is falling, but the December numbers are wild, thanks to gas stations’ margins..
  • Manufacturing output likely fell in December, and the near-term outlook is bleak.

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