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"By waiting for actual inflation to exceed its target, the Fed runs the all too real risk of falling behind the inflation curve."
"By waiting for actual inflation to exceed its target, the Fed runs the all too real risk of falling behind the inflation curve."
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"As unemployment drops and inflation picks up, the Fed could face growing calls to dial back its economic support."
"As unemployment drops and inflation picks up, the Fed could face growing calls to dial back its economic support."
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>"Whether and when the Fed decides to unwind its extraordinary stimulus measures will be a critical determinant of its credibility and affect its ability to keep inflation expectations well-anchored."
>"Whether and when the Fed decides to unwind its extraordinary stimulus measures will be a critical determinant of its credibility and affect its ability to keep inflation expectations well-anchored."
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The cobra effect occurs when an adopted strategy or solution to a problem makes the problem worse due to unseen consequences. The term is used to illustrate the causes of incorrect stimulus in economy and politics.
The cobra effect occurs when an adopted strategy or solution to a problem makes the problem worse due to unseen consequences. The term is used to illustrate the causes of incorrect stimulus in economy and politics.
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"Whether you color yourself red, blue, or purple, all the proposed federal spending may have you asking, where is the money coming from and what are the consequences of running such large federal deficits? "
"Whether you color yourself red, blue, or purple, all the proposed federal spending may have you asking, where is the money coming from and what are the consequences of running such large federal deficits? "
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With employers hiring, consumers spending and companies raising some prices, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is embarking on a high-stakes _...Read More_
With employers hiring, consumers spending and companies raising some prices, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is embarking on a high-stakes _...Read More_
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The rise in risk-free return reduces multiples. Nothing in terms of fundamentals changes in the company but multiple get re-rated. If someone was willing to pay 100 PE for the company when yields were low, now they re-rate that PE to _...Read More_
The rise in risk-free return reduces multiples. Nothing in terms of fundamentals changes in the company but multiple get re-rated. If someone was willing to pay 100 PE for the company when yields were low, now they re-rate that PE to _...Read More_
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The New York Times: Consumer Goods Are Going to Get More Expensive.
The New York Times: Consumer Goods Are Going to Get More Expensive.
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"Persistent inflation grows suddenly, unexpectedly and intractably, just as it did in the 1970s."
"Persistent inflation grows suddenly, unexpectedly and intractably, just as it did in the 1970s."
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>"Rising infections overshadow rising inflation."
>"Rising infections overshadow rising inflation."
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"Never underestimate the power of the Fed and Congress especially when they scheme together. Get to the future before the crowds catch on and look to hold substantial non-dollar assets."
"Never underestimate the power of the Fed and Congress especially when they scheme together. Get to the future before the crowds catch on and look to hold substantial non-dollar assets."
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"Not quite halfway into his one term occupying the White House, President Carter was clearly fed up. Rising into that office ostensibly to accomplish what his hapless predecessor obviously could not, t"
"Not quite halfway into his one term occupying the White House, President Carter was clearly fed up. Rising into that office ostensibly to accomplish what his hapless predecessor obviously could not, t"
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"The stock market is soaring and bond yields have pulled back after a big spike earlier this year. But make no mistake: Investors still have plenty to fret about when it comes to the threat of inflation."
"The stock market is soaring and bond yields have pulled back after a big spike earlier this year. But make no mistake: Investors still have plenty to fret about when it comes to the threat of inflation."