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Economy to avoid recession narrowly

We expect the economy to avoid a recession only narrowly, as higher interest rates trigger a contraction in residential investment and weakness in consumption growth. Core inflation has been stronger than we expected this year but, on balance, we are more confident that it will eventually return to the 2% target, allowing the Fed to reduce nominal interest rates in late-2023 and 2024.

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