20th September 2021
- Soaring Housing Inequality Is Now a Global Political Faultline
The dream of owning a home is increasingly out of reach. Democratic and authoritarian governments alike are struggling with the consequences.
- The Taper That Will Really Bite Into U.S. Growth Isn’t the Fed’s
Pullback of budget aid could drive sharp slowdown in late 2022
At least some stimulus got stashed away, limiting fiscal drag
- Stocks to Fall If Biden Drops Powell at Fed, Economists Say
Powell nomination is seen as leading to near-term gains
There’s no clear view on how bond market would respond to pick
- Stymied Bond Bears See Spark for Higher Yields in Pivotal Week
Curve near flattest since August 2020 before key Fed meeting
10-year yield seen rising to 1.69% at year-end, survey shows
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