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Firms in the Atlanta Fed district now expect inflation to be a record 3.0% in the coming year, increasing "significantly" from a month earlier, according to the bank's latest survey. Business' year-ahead inflation expectations have shot up since the pandemic low of 1.4% -- and they were at 2.8% in May.
Firms' long-term inflation expectations also rose significantly to 3.0%, the Fed bank said. The data series started in October 2011.
Simmering price pressures could force Federal Reserve officials to speed up their QE exit and interest-rate liftoff timeline as they reassess how hot the economy can run, MNI has reported. However, the FOMC is expected to signal patience at Wednesday's meeting and press conference.