The debt ceiling standoff ended not with a bang but a whimper – as the bill easily passed the House and Senate with comfortable majorities. Although the prospect of a debt ceiling deal briefly sparked expectations that the Fed might resume hiking rates at the upcoming FOMC meeting in mid-June, comments from Fed officials this week poured cold water on the idea.
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