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There’s no sign of a let-up in Fed tightening plans this week, leaving investors to ask the question: how much further does the Fed have to hike before the economy breaks? Yet another FOMC press conference with novel arguments for hawkishness leads to the inescapable conclusion that the FOMC will keep tightening until something breaks. So far nothing has, though catastrophic price action in interest rates, a disastrous week for UK assets on the back of a new fiscal package, and a ripping US dollar are all the sorts of events that would lead to a breakdown in the financial system that might cause the Fed to hold off. We discuss all the implications for markets as well as sector-level analysis of the US and Europe, a look at seasonality, a review of falling inflation in the Great White North, comprehensive analysis of US economic data from this week, and much more in this week’s Bespoke Report.
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