While the July inflation data this week added to signs that we’re past the peak of “transitory” gains in prices for used autos and reopening services, the pick-up in some of the more cyclically driven components showed underlying inflationary pressures are still building. Elsewhere, the hawkish chatter from many Fed officials this week suggests a growing chance the Fed will begin tapering its asset purchases this year.
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