This is an ungated piece in the Wall Street Journal, with a guide ” to the actions and outlooks for 25 central banks around the world”. (Pure technical analysts, as you were) Global Central Banking in 2014, a Third Quarter … Continue reading
No comments from Federal Reserve Governor Powell on the outlook or monetary policy as he speaks on a government debt panel. We’ll watch out for comments in the audience Q&A later.
Fisher spoke on Bloomberg Radio. When one of the biggest Fed hawks can’t get worked up about inflation maybe the market is pricing in too many rate hikes. 1.00-2.00% in the next few years? Sure. 3.00-4.00%? Not a chance.
“What’s the rush?” That has been the response of several prominent Fed members over the past week when they were asked about hiking rates. The hawk think the the risk of inflationary pressures building and the opportunity to curb financial … Continue reading
Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher spoke with Fox News on Sunday morning and warned (once again) on inflation: Worried that we are behind the curve at the Fed We could get wage inflation but I’m not worried about it yet … Continue reading
Lockhart says he wants to examine more data before removing “considerable time.” Won’t necessarily drop ‘considerable time’ at QE3 end Fed guidance likely to change in Oct due to end of bond purchases Worse to have to reverse course on … Continue reading
Comments from Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart on the economic outlook and monetary policy: Sees first rate hike by mid-2015 or ‘a bit later’ Patience on rates won’t cause systemic instability Inflation undershoot bigger concern than overshoot China transition ‘challenges’ … Continue reading
Lockhart often finds himself near the centre of the FOMC and many times his comments are later echoed by core members of the Fed. He speaks at 20 minutes after the top of the hour (1720 GMT) on the outlook … Continue reading
Evans says there’s “not as much upward momentum on inflation as I’d like”
New York Fed President Bill Dudley’s comments from earlier this week are getting some fresh attention because they’re the first time anyone at the Federal Reserve has commented on dollar strength since the rally started two months ago. “If the … Continue reading