We don’t expect a significant change in tone from the Fed next week, with rates on hold but officials keeping the option of further tightening on the table. That said, the surge in long-term Treasury yields appears to be further eroding support on the FOMC for a final rate hike. We continue to expect falling inflation to convince officials to cut rates further and faster next year than markets are pricing in.
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