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Author Archives: Ken Taubes
The market’s initial reaction to Wednesday’s FOMC meeting was consistent with a dovish interpretation. U.S. Treasury yields declined and the dollar underperformed. However, as market participants digest the information, much of the initial moves have been retraced. Following the meeting … Continue reading
The race to win fixed-income mandates has been on for decades, but perhaps never has it been as competitive as it is in 2015. To discuss the lay of the fixed-income land and what differentiates strategies, firms, and the eventual … Continue reading
The Federal Reserve Board’s policy-making committee convened on September 16-17 to discuss winding down its stimulus program. Janet Yellen, the Fed’s chairwoman, explained the results of the meeting in a news conference on September 17. Is the Fed Being Too Accomodative? … Continue reading
For more than a year the Federal Reserve Board has cited inflation below its targeted 2% level as one justification for maintaining its extraordinarily accommodative monetary stance. As of February, the core inflation rate was 1.1%, based on the Personal … Continue reading