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Harder to see fears of a US slowdown in markets

We think that renewed optimism about the US economy – which seems to have gained more traction in financial markets following signs that inflation is easing – is overdone. Our view that the US economy is set for a weak patch is one reason why we expect many “risky” assets to reverse their recent gains.

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