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The Dow Jones and S&P 500 plunged on a still-hawkish Fed last week. The US Dollar roared as Japan had to intervene in the Yen as Sterling dropped to a 1985-low. Gold prices continued lower. Ahead, all eyes turn to the Fed’s preferred gauge of inflation.
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