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Window for policy tightening is closing

A rebound in real household incomes should ensure that the recent slump in output should turn into above-trend GDP growth of 1% over the next couple of years. Regardless, inflation will continue to slow as the influence of the previous import cost shock fades and wage growth cools again. The upshot is that the window for monetary policy tightening is closing rapidly.

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