Ironman! Commodities Point To Slowing Economy And Inflation (Atlanta Fed GDPNow Forecast For Q3 Drops To 3.7%)

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by confoundedinterest17

What if inflation is actually transitory like The Federal Reserve has been saying? Or is The Fed really telling us about an impending economic slowdown after the Fed’s and Federal government stimulypto wears off?

Iron ore prices have slowed noticeably after peaking earlier this year. Lumber futures (random length) have crashed to pre-Covid levels.

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On the other hand, food stuffs and raw industrials remain elevated, but the growth in price has stalled (see pink box).

The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow model of GDP growth shows a slowing of Q3 GDP to 3.7%. A slowdown from above 7% for the blue chip consensus.

President Biden, aka The Kabul Klutz, is now recommending tax increases as a result of the terrible jobs report from Friday. Rather than focus on The Fed’s monetary stimulus not working for the labor market.

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The problem with fiscal stimulus is that the debt lasts forever but the GDP effects are short-lived. And The Fed is a crazy train.

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