Is Inflation ‘Too Low’? Not by These Measures

posted by Michael Lewis on October 18, 2017

Found in US, categorized in Macro

Tags: FMI michael lewis inflation FOMC

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A substantial majority of the FOMC, including chair Yellen, believes that inflation is “too low.” A significant minority on the committee frets that this “too low” inflation will persist;


FMI’s commentary on alternate measures of core inflation (none of which appear to be “too low,” contra Fed doves’ fears)

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