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14th Jul 2022 14:53U.S., Daily Monitor

Headline retail sales in June likely flattered by higher gas prices, but we look for solid core numbers too...

Manufacturing output looks to be stalling; is the auto sector the exception as chip supply improves?

Core PPI inflation is now clearly trending downwards, but the real shift will come when margins start to fall.

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