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Pace of tightening likely to slow soon

Fed officials are gearing up for another 75bp rate hike at next week’s FOMC meeting. But that ultra-aggressive pace of tightening won’t continue indefinitely and, while he will be keen to avoid stoking more excitement in the markets over a potential ‘pivot’, Chair Jerome Powell might offer a slightly stronger hint that smaller rate hikes lie ahead.

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