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Shifts In Monetary Policy From Central Banks

September Personal Income and Outlays numbers are out. Personal Income was lower than expected and Personal Spending was up slightly. Core PCE Price Index spiked. If the tone next week is hawkish, we will see the 10 and 30-year yields go down and the flattening bias will continue, says Larry Shover of D. Alexander Capital. He says if it is dovish, we will rally and steepening will serve to limit long end rates. He thinks the employment numbers have taken a backseat to consumption and inflation numbers. Tune in for the full discussion.

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29 Oct 2021

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