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Weaker growth will bear down on inflation soon

The economic data this week suggest that slowing activity growth isn’t yet putting downward pressure on core inflation, which is likely to see the Fed remain in hawkish mode at its meeting next week. But we still think that picture could change quite dramatically before long.

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