The shocks that have driven inflation higher across the major economies appear either to be in the past, in the case of the US, or nearing a peak, in the case of Europe. The outlook for inflation, and therefore for monetary policy, now hinges on the magnitude of so-called ‘second-round effects’, and on the scale of the economic slowdown that is in train… [Please click below to read the full note.]
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