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Still plenty of scope for ‘supercore’ inflation to fall

The recent stickiness of the Fed’s preferred measure of ‘supercore’ inflation mainly reflects temporary factors rather than ongoing tightness in the labour market. The upshot is that we still expect a decline in inflation for PCE core services ex-housing to contribute to overall core inflation falling faster than the Fed expects over the coming quarters.

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