Healthcare, Financials Jun 14, 2021 11:06 AM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
James Knightley, economist of ABN AMRO, looks forward to the Fed's interest rate decision: in the Fed's interest rate decision, officials may continue to discuss "temporary" inflation, but as many Fed officials begin to have doubts about this, it is expected that the Jackson Hole meeting at the end of August will be very interesting. This could lead to a change in wording, opening the door to the announcement of a reduction in QE in December. As the economy recovers and employment picks up, inflation may remain at a high level for a longer time, and it is expected to continue to see the risk of early interest rate increase. It is expected that the possibility of raising interest rates in early 2023 is greater and may come earlier.