Cost Of Carry Likely To Trigger The Next Recession As Entire Debt Construct Comes Under Pressure

Higher interest rates will ultimately trigger the next recession as the entire debt construct will be weighted down by the burdens of cost of carry. And today’s inflation and correlated weakening retail sales data suggested that there’s price sensitivity already at these, historically speaking, still very low rates:

The Fed may find itself horribly behind the curve and this will have consequences.

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