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Falling inflation still likely to prompt Fed cuts soon

Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s congressional testimony struck a notably less hawkish tone than we have heard recently from some of his colleagues. And with the economic data this week providing little support for the idea of a renewed upturn in inflation, we still expect the Fed to begin cutting interest rates soon, most likely in June.

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