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Tiffany Wilding

Substantial Further Progress? Not Yet, Says the Fed

The statement and press conference following the July U.S. Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting reinforced PIMCO’s outlook that in the second half of this year, the FOMC will announce it plans to begin to wind down its large-scale asset purchases. Indeed, the July FOMC

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Andrew BosomworthKonstantin Veit

ECB: New Inflation Target, Old Tools

In a surprisingly early conclusion of its monetary policy strategy review, the European Central Bank (ECB) rolled out several changes that will likely keep monetary policy easier for longer. The good news: The ECB adopted an easy-to-understand, symmetric (i.e., negative and positive deviations of inflation

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Carol LiaoYishan Cao

Supply Bottlenecks Likely to Ease by the End of the Year

Global demand for consumer goods has rebounded since the second half of 2020, driven initially by large government stimulus packages and, more recently, by resilient capital expenditures and swift vaccination rollouts in most developed markets. But supply constraints remain. Some large emerging market manufacturing countries

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