The only real risk in such a united scenario is that it creates the ideal conditions for policymakers and currency traders to step on a rake. After a blissfully quiet afternoon with Jay Powell, I think we should all treasure the gloriously curmudgeonly response of Steve Blitz, U.S. economist for TS Lombard: History has shown that whenever the Fed is pretty unanimous leaning in one direction, the economy/inflation is about to zig in the other direction. Fading the Fed when it is so certain has rarely been a bad trade.
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