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US ISM Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 47.7 vs. Exp. 48.0 (Prev. 47.4)Fed's Bostic (2024 voter, neutral) maintains view Fed policy rate needs to rise to 5.00-5.25% range, policy rate will need to remain at that level well into 2024

Darren Krett

Wednesday, 1 March 2023

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