Date Published: September 21, 2021
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This quarter’s economic forecast update reflects a downgrade. The Delta variant’s impact on international supply chains and domestic spending behaviors has slowed the recovery in the near-term and shifted the growth profile into 2022 as the virus ebbs and supply constraints diminish. The economic recovery should proceed uninterrupted. When coupled with persistence in price pressures, the Federal Reserve will begin tapering its asset purchases later this year. By the end of next year, with the economy likely to be encroaching on full employment, it will begin raising the federal funds rate.
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