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Interest rate medicine is starting to work

The phasing out of the government's support packages and the growing drag from higher interest rates probably explain why the economy appears to have lost momentum in recent months. Since these drags will only intensify over the next six months, we have become a bit more confident in our view that there will be a mild recession and that interest rates will peak close to 5.50%. 

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