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US Chart Pack (Mar. 2024)

Faltering consumer spending reinforces our view that GDP growth will slow this year, although that slowdown is likely to be modest. After a disappointing couple of months for inflation, easing demand growth should help to drive a more marked decline later this year. We still see a good chance that the Fed will begin cutting rates in June and that rates will fall slightly more quickly than markets are pricing in.

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