Fixed Income Update for the week of November 15, 2022
Thursday’s ‘CPI’ consumer price index print was the big story of the week, with the core CPI for October at +6.3% against expectations of +6.5%. The report pushed stocks and other risky assets higher on expectations that inflation growth has started to slow and the Federal Reserve “Fed” will be less aggressive in its rate-setting policy.
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