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Markets call the Fed's bluff on higher for longer

The Fed may not be quite ready to abandon its tightening bias at this week’s FOMC meeting, but the markets are no longer buying its “higher for longer” mantra. The main factor behind the shift in interest rate expectations is the realisation in markets that, almost regardless of what happens to demand, the normalisation in supply means that inflation is rapidly returning to the 2% target.

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