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Today we look at a fresh and unexpected spike back higher in the US June CPI numbers and whether this data is sufficient to shift the narrative on inflation. So far, the reaction is modest compared to the scale of the reaction. Elsewhere, we run through the theme of central banks unwinding accommodation as the RBNZ surprised on the hawkish side overnight and the Bank of Canada is up later today. Also, a look at the potential for a massive new US fiscal package proposed by Democrats in Congress. Today's pod is hosted by John J. Hardy.
Intro and outro music by AShamaluevMusic
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Hawkish FOMC at the margin, but market focus elsewhere
What if the FOMC meeting doesn‘t really matter?
Was that the capitulation or more to come?
We are in the event horizon of a market correction
High stakes on FOMC week ahead as US yields, USD poke back higher.
Contagion in Chinese property sector. US dip-buyers take a stand.
Risk sentiment increasingly on tilt ahead of options witching this Friday
Holding breath for US August CPI print today
Market stumbles into a new week. Apple in trouble?
Yields drop on ECB, US T-bond auction. Eyeing India
Market rout deepens. ECB to underwhelm?
Market looks increasingly unsettled. Are rising US yields a trigger?
ECB to lead Fed? Possible mischief if US 10-year yields break higher.
Japan flying high. Supply chain risks multiplying.
Is this the final melt-up of the cycle?
Equities dip, but FX points to fresh risk sentiment boost
Chinese equity rebound boosts global sentiment, even as we remain in defensive stance
Equities accelerate beyond trend, not always a good thing
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