Risk correlations were a bit mixed despite global economic data generally supporting a “higher for longer” interest rate environment. See, growth and inflation reports from some major economies highlighted the unlikelihood of seeing interest rate cuts in the next month or two (or three). Meanwhile, major central bankers leaned towards discouraging aggressive interest rate cut bets, overall.

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