The rate probability curve for December 11, 2019 now slightly favors rate cuts over hikes according to CME Fedwatch Odds.

There is a 13.4% chance of at least one cut vs. a 4.6% chance of at least one hike as of this snapshot taken today

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

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