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3rd Mar 2023 16:39U.S., Weekly Monitor

  • The loosening in financial conditions this year is a dis- traction; what matters is the extent of Fed tightening.
  • The reversal of the strength of January’s macro indi- cators will rein-in expectations of future Fed hikes.
  • Payroll growth likely fell sharply in February, despite the strong ISM services employment index.

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