In the run-up to the Fed’s next policy announcement on 21st September, the release of August’s consumer price data next Tuesday could still be pivotal in determining whether the Fed will follow the ECB and Bank of Canada with a 75bp rate hike or opt instead for a smaller 50bp.
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