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What The Shift To Fiscal Dominance Means For Markets | Macro Corner Episode 14

Posted: Sept. 6, 2022, 11:40 a.m.

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Paul Wankmueller, CMT and Jannis Meindl discuss the shift from the Fed's hawkish rhetoric at Jackson Hole to fiscal dominance. What fiscal spending implies for financial markets and much more covered in today's episode. Access a new chart booklet for free here: Macro Corner Episode 14, Chart Booklet

Access Jannis Meindl's article Fiscal Dominance And The Fed's Amplification Of The Business Cycle to learn more about fiscal dominance.

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This podcast was recorded on September 6, 2022. 

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