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23rd Feb 2023 16:27U.S., Daily Monitor

  • Core PCE inflation is slowing, but most of the downturn needed to placate the Fed still lies ahead.
  • Real consumption jumped sharply in January, but expect mean reversion to begin in February.
  • New home sales likely rose again in January, thanks in part to favorable weather.

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