$AABB cms.zerohedge.com/s3/files/... the main event this fall, if not this year, may be on the fiscal side, and specifically what is the final shape of the upcoming bipartisan + Build Back Better stimulus avalanche, which as BofA's Michael Hartnett calculates will represent - at roughly $1 trillion in biparstian "infrastructure" spending plus some $3.5 trillion in Build Back Better reconciliation - some $4.5 trillion in "epic fiscal stimulus", which at 20% of GDP will be more than double the size of the previous record stimulus and will represent the largest fiscal stimulus package of all time