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US Economics Update

11 October, 2018

Rising borrowing costs will cause growth to slow

Although the Fed’s rate hikes have so far been modest compared to previous tightening cycles, actual borrowing costs faced by households and firms have risen more markedly. That is a key reason why we expect economic growth to fall below its potential rate next year.

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