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24th Feb 2023 16:42U.S., Weekly Monitor

  • Sticky core services inflation is a problem for the Fed, but pipeline pressures have eased substantially.
  • Economic growth is now very slow, despite the January spike, and wage gains are moderating.
  • Headline durable goods orders likely plunged in January, but look for a bounce in pending home sales.

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