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Anticipating Today’s CPI (8/10/22)

(8/10/22) Going back to school in a Recession: July CPI anticipation [NOTE: At 7:30a CDT, CPI reported "cooler" than expected, at 8.5% year over year], and watching the Yield Curve; NFIB sales expectations are plummeting; workers becoming less productive as wages rise; higher prices are being passed on to consumers; childhood diseases & garden hose immunity; Market Commentary: betting on the Fed to pivot; stock analysis: who's down 20%? CPI math: Measuring month-to-month vs year-to-year indexes. Where were we a year ago? What will Fed speakers subsequently say? Health is wealth: issues of mortality and long-term care insurance.
2:58 - Anticipating CPI; NFIB's Not So Great Expectations
14:00 - Why Danny's Out Sick Today
15:49 - Are Markets Betting on a Fed Pivot?
30:16 - CPI/Inflation Math Explained
44:12 - Health is Wealth

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