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29.03.2021, 09:01

US: No signs for the economy to get too hot – Morgan Stanley

FXStreet reports that Morgan Stanley discusses US economy prospects.

“The Fed has a dual mandate to maintain both a healthy labor market and stable price inflation. On the former, the labor market is still heavily disrupted; and on the latter, price inflation has been unusually low for a number of years, leading the Fed to think that it's acceptable if inflation were to be a little bit higher for things to average out. Neither suggests the Fed's going to turn down that music soon. Indeed, at their most recent meeting earlier this month, the Fed reiterated that they may not raise interest rates materially until 2024 - even as the economy improves.”

“We do think this economic cycle will run hotter than normal and thus may be shorter than normal. But per current inflation expectations, we don't yet see signs that it will run too hot. It's an indicator that we'll be watching.”

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