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Even though there is a risk of a recession induced by the Fed given the fast increment in the federal funds rate that could raise it to 4.0% by the end of the first quarter of 2023, we shall recognize that the highest risk for the US and the global economy would be the Fed’s failure to reestablish price stability.

As we expected, the FOMC left interest rates unchanged and enhanced their forward guidance on asset purchases. Today’s move represents only a modest shift in guidance and will not significantly alter the level and depth of financial accommodation being provided by the Fed.

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U.S. Outlook: Is the Coronavirus and Boeings woes enough to ground the longest expansion in U.S. History? Fed attempts to keep U.S. economy flying high while fine-tuning its main engines.