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Short and Sharp: The twisted relationship between central banks and inflation

Investors currently face the challenge of the Federal Reserve’s belief that monetary policy needs to be tightened, despite missing inflationary pressures. This is not just a U.S. phenomenon, it’s a global one. In the euro-area, core inflation remains stubbornly low, yet the European Central…

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Perspectives on the Fed – Quantitative Easing

In a webcast immediately following the conclusion of the Federal Reserve meetings that ended on December 16, 2015, Jim McCaughan, Julia Lawler, and I sat down to discuss the announcement and its implications. We answered many participant questions during the webcast and in this short video I…

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