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Slower money growth shows higher rates are working

The sharp slowdown in broad money growth since late last year suggests that higher interest rates are working by reducing households’ and firms’ demand for borrowing, which should lead to softer activity and lower inflation. This supports our view that a mild recession is on its way, if not already under way.

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