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8th Mar 2022 00:20U.S., Daily Monitor

  • U.S. headline inflation is likely to hit 8%, but it will go much higher if oil prices keep rising.
  • Consumers' huge cash pile means people don't have to cut back other spending as gas prices surge.
  • The Fed need not deviate from its tightening plans, unless markets collapse.

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