Bracing for Inflation Data: Will All Hell Break Loose?

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Real VisionJune 09, 2021
Jared Dillian of The Daily Dirtnap returns to the Daily Briefing to update Real Vision’s Jack Farley on how he is gauging market sentiment before tomorrow’s momentous release of key inflation data. The average estimate for the yearly change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) stands at 4.7%, and Dillian argues that if a figure comes with a “3-handle,” we could see some fireworks in the market. Dillian also shares his views on other pockets of the market he has his eye on such as Bitcoin and uranium. For tickets to the Festival of Learning, click here:
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