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20th Oct 2022 14:13U.S., Daily Monitor

  • The drop in productivity across the past three quarters is a reversal of the initial Covid-driven surge…
  • …The trend in productivity is not falling; expect a rebound to begin in Q3.
  • Positive productivity growth and slowing wage gains next year will allow the Fed to stop hiking, then ease. 

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