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ECI and PCE are hot for June. What does it mean for the Fed?
Today’s inflation data was higher than expected and the Fed is walking a thin line between lowering inflation and pushing growth lower.
Core PCE not as bad as feared. But how much does it matter?
It probably won’t matter in isolation, as the Fed is now looking at a number of inflation data points to help determine the next direction for inflation in the US.
Core PCE: Still the Fed’s favorite measure of inflation?
US Core PCE is due out this week and if it is similar to other recent inflation data, it may be stronger than expected.
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Core PCE still strong, but weaker than March
Although one reading isn’t considered a trend,it may be suggesting that inflation has plateaued.
Core PCE levels off, but the ECI may have the Fed more concerned
Although the Core PCE may have eased slightly, it is still a cause for concern for the Fed at such an elevated level.
US Core PCE continues to rise; puts more pressure on Fed
As the Fed continues to catch up with the rest of the markets in realizing that inflation is indeed high, it now has another data point to refer to, Core PCE.
US Core PCE still hot; Is 50 bps in the cards?
The Fed's favorite measure of inflation (Core PCE) was 5.2% YoY vs and expectation of 5% YoY and 4.9% YoY in December.
US Core PCE preview: The Fed’s interest rate decision hangs in the balance
Friday’s release is likely to lead to market volatility as market participants adjust to arguably the most important data release ahead of the Fed’s expected liftoff...
Core PCE higher than expected; Fed also paying close attention to ECI
There' s a new sheriff in town that the Fed is focusing on: ECI (Employment Cost Index).
Core PCE comes in much hotter than the Fed would like!
The Fed's favorite measure of inflation is more than double what they would like!
Inflation, Inflation, Inflation
As inflation data continues to remain excessively high in the around the world, central banks are struggling to justify that a majority of the inflation is transitory
Post-Easter US data paints a downbeat outlook for near-term growth
It’s been an exceedingly slow start to the week with most of Europe out of the office for an extended holiday weekend, but trade is […]
FOMC Recap: Doves flying high as Fed drops two dots
As we noted in yesterday’s FOMC Preview report, any Fed fireworks wouldn’t come from the monetary policy decision per se, but rather how today’s meeting […]