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Surging stock market a tailwind for consumers

The continued surge in the stock market that we forecast is likely to drive household net wealth to a record high as a share of incomes and provide a tailwind to consumption growth. But that shouldn’t stop the Fed from gradually lowering interest rates if inflation continues to fall back toward the 2% target.

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