What are Inflation Expectations?

Monday, August 07, 2006 | 06:34 PM

Another terrific chart from the fine econ wonks at the St Louis Fed:
click for larger chart


Note the original is Black & White, and I added the inflation channel in Red.


Is All That Talk Just Noise?
St Louis Fed
August 2006

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Anybody have a take on this analysis of the effect of 0% reserve ratios on inflation?

Some background from a Fed article...
"These retail sweep programs use computerized systems to transfer consumer and some small business transaction deposits, which are subject to reserve requirements, into savings accounts, which are not. Largely because of such programs, required reserve balances have dropped from about $28 billion in late 1993 to around $7 billion or $8 billion today."

Posted by: KirkH | Aug 7, 2006 7:28:23 PM

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