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The Fed raised interest rates in June, the second time this year, the US economy continued to grow, and the job market performed strongly. Although wage growth in May is still unsatisfactory and inflation has fallen, Fed officials seem to be inclined to stick to their plans. The Fed also announced that it will begin to reduce the size of its public debt and other securities from this year. In fact, compared to raising interest rates, the Fed's contract will directly reduce the dollar flowing in the market. If the base currency of 2.5 trillion US dollars is reduced in just a few years, plus the multiplier effect, this "dollar reduction" will undoubtedly lead to huge turmoil in the financial market. We tend to; the Fed does not value the performance of economic data on the issue of contraction. Even if the weak economic data in the future delays further interest rate hikes, the Fed may continue to shrink.