The FOMC announced it will begin taper this month, but clear communication ahead of the announcement successfully avoided a taper tantrum. While Fed Chair Jerome Powell remained dovish, viewing price pressures as transitory, he noted increasing risks to the outlook.
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- Longer-lasting supply chain disruptions are leading to stickier inflation, which suggests that the October CPI will remain elevated.
- With increased labor demand, we will watch the JOLTS job openings for September to see if and how labor supply is responding to open positions.
- We are following COP26 decisions to assess progress towards a net-zero world and green investment financing.
- U.K. GDP and industrial production will be released Thursday, November 11. We expect to see the pace of economic expansion slow in line with expectations.
- China aggregate financing may see continued variability amid regulatory tightening in the property sector.
- China PPI will likely remain elevated given the rise in energy prices, while CPI should continue to normalize as base effects from pork prices gradually fade away.