FOMC Forecasts Turn More Dovish, But Rhetoric Stays Hawkish

posted by Michael Lewis on March 18, 2015

Found in US, categorized in Monetary Policy

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In today’s FOMC statement, the numbers -- the economic & inflation forecasts, the “dot plot” of funds target expectations -- were far more dovish than most expected. However, key rhetoric was neutral, even somewhat hawkish.


FMI’s commentary on today’s FOMC post-meeting statement and Yellen news conference. 

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