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Should The Fed Have Gone For 50bp?

Tony Nash, CEO, Complete Intelligence

16-Feb-23 07:00

Should The Fed Have Gone For 50bp?

US retail sales in January jumped the most in 2 years and homebuilder sentiment rose in February by most since 2020 whilst US inflation rose by 0.5%. Should the Fed have been more aggressive and gone for a 50bp at the last meeting? Also Cisco's recent results beat expectations and is this a good indicator of strong spending on tech infrastructure and the revival of old tech? We speak to Tony Nash, CEO, Complete Intelligence.

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Tags:  us inflationus federal reserveglobal supply chains

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