* Fed says risks to growth, jobs have lessened since fall * Bernanke says Fed could end bond buying by mid-2014 * Two officials dissent; Bullard worries inflation too low By Alister Bull and Pedro da...
historical perspective. In the early 1980s, for instance, the U.S. had been mired in a swamp of stagnant growth and high inflation , prompting the coining of an ungainly buzzword, stagflation. However, several corrective policy measures, such as Federal
* Fed's Bernanke says less bond buying if forecasts is correct * Fed downgrades growth, inflation outlook, ups jobs view * Benchmark 10-year yield rises to 15-month high * Five-year yield hit highest...
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just the opposite. He believes the FOMC "should signal more strongly its willingness to defend its inflation goal in light of recent low inflation readings." Bernanke's press conference is about to get underway. Post your comment!
lower unemployment projections spell maybe a quicker schedule for tapering and eventual tightening, but materially lower inflation expectations say the opposite. Stocks give up a bit of ground as well, the S&P 500 ( SPY -0.3% ). The dollar ( UUP
Three lunchtime reads: 1) Making the case for a rise in inflation 2) Bond investors head for the hills 3) On what really is different this time around Post your comment!
* Fed meeting in focus for signs of reduced bond purchases * Bond volatility picks up before Fed announcement * Low inflation , exit risks seen complicating Fed decision * Trader says Fed may cut...
hated asset class in the world (ed: They've been so for years), Jeff Gundlach - appearing on CNBC - calls them the one place where you can make money over the coming weeks. "There are no signs of inflation anywhere." 3 comments!
averaging 90% historically, with even higher levels recently) coupled with annual rate increases (usually in line with inflation ) has led to a solid recurring revenue base that should increase modestly over time. CoStar's recent acquisition of one-time