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US Chart Pack (Apr. 2024)

The recent upturn in activity and employment growth and the resilience of core inflation suggest that the Fed won't start cutting interest rates until later this year. But although it is taking a little longer than expected, we still believe that core inflation is on track to fall back to 2%, which should allow the Fed to cut rates a bit more aggressively next year.

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