The ‘Now’ Zeitgeist

The ‘Now’ Zeitgeist

A pair of macro notables served as a reminder that however close we may be to turning any corners, the "now" zeitgeist, if you will, remains inflation and policy tightening. Consumer prices in the UK rose 10.1% last month (figure below), ONS said Wednesday. It was a dubious milestone. Inflation hasn't exceeded 10% in the UK in four decades. Wednesday's figures suggested prices are accelerating faster than economists anticipated, which is saying something considering double-digit inflation was
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