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What the “dollar smile” means in the Fed’s “last mile”

While not our base case, continued strength in the US economy would probably be a tailwind for the US dollar over the coming months. But even in that event, we think the dollar would eventually weaken as bond yields fell in the US relative to elsewhere as the Fed still cut rates substantially amid falling inflation.

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