NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Egan-Jones Ratings Company releases its latest Risk Commentary issue entitled, “A Quick Turn of Events/ Hope on the Horizon, Dunkin vs. Starbucks, and Ukraine.”
As of 18 months ago, economists were praying for a pick-up in inflation and some relief to facilitate the end of Quantitative Easing and the huge overhang of negative interest rates. Today, most economists are praying that inflation moderates below 5% and that there are no more 75 basis point increases by the FED.
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