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Inflation and Recession

Inflation, exchange rate stability, economic growth and employment are the main objectives of central banks' monetary policy decisions. Changes in the central bank's monetary decisions will directly or indirectly affect the various demand changes in the market.
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US inflation has steadily cooled since mid-2022, thanks to large interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve.However, a four-month drop in the dollar is threatening to derail that trend by raising the cost of imported goods.The dollar index has fallen by more than 11% from a peak reached in late September.
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