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22nd Dec 2022 15:53U.S., Daily Monitor

  • The core PCE deflator likely rose only 0.2% in November, but a 0.1% print is a decent outside bet.
  • New home sales are due a serious correction, after outperforming relative to mortgage demand.
  • Aircraft likely dragged down headline durable orders in November, but look out for soft core data too.

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