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Cuts delayed rather than cancelled

The recent run of stronger inflation and activity data has unsurprisingly shaken the Fed’s confidence that inflation is on track to return to the 2% target. In that environment, we expect the May FOMC meeting to be mostly a holding exercise. Nevertheless, if we are right, and the disinflationary trend reasserts itself soon, then the Fed should still be in a position cut rates in the fall.

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