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Following a notable surge in inflation, Americans are now witnessing a phenomenon absent for the past three years: deflation.

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In October, Americans curtailed their spending, and inflation subsided as the economy shifted gears from a vigorous third quarter, according to analysts.

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Federal Reserve officials, in their recent policy meeting minutes, indicated a potential pause in rate increases. They emphasized proceeding carefully and expected upcoming data to clarify the extent of a slowdown in inflation amid higher borrowing costs.

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Mezzanine loans, known for their high interest rates and expedited foreclosure processes compared to traditional mortgages, have seen a notable surge in foreclosure notices.

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Federal Reserve policymakers seem hesitant to increase interest rates again, and they don't anticipate lowering rates in the near future. When they do eventually consider rate cuts, they expect them to be relatively modest.

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The threat of a bond selloff looms large, casting doubt on hopes for a soft economic landing. The surge in long-term interest rates, reaching levels not seen in 16 years, raises concerns, especially as the exact triggers behind this move remain unclear.

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By now, consumers were expected to reduce their spending for several reasons. Interest rates have risen, inflation remains high, pandemic-related savings have dwindled, and the labor market is showing signs of cooling.

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The European Central Bank (ECB) has hiked interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point to a historic high but indicated that borrowing costs in the eurozone may have reached their zenith, causing the euro to plummet.

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This year, Japan's stock market has experienced a significant surge, leading money managers to believe that this rally could have staying power.

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A near-continuous surge in oil prices has driven benchmark Brent crude close to the $100 per barrel mark, presenting a fresh challenge for central banks as they grapple with rising inflation.

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In August, China saw its exports to the rest of the world decline for the fourth consecutive month, offering little relief from its deepening economic challenges and contributing to a gloomy global trade outlook.

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