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The Eclipse of the Phillips Curve in America

Why Jobs Growth No Longer Induces Wage Growth in America Or The Eclipse of the Phillips Curve in America While the Fed’s continued tightening may suppress growth in emerging economies, US labor market may not be as strong as recent […]

The U.S. Inflation Expectations Game

The U.S. Inflation Expectations Game

The U.S. Inflation Expectations Game by Michele Mazzoleni, Research Affiliates Key Points We believe the Federal Reserve is overstating the importance of falling inflation expectations, which have become disconnected from the Fed’s target and shown to be poor predictors of […]

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Bill Gross: Saved By Zero?

Bill Gross: Saved By Zero? by Janus Capital Group So the Fed has chosen to hold off on their goal of normalizing interest rates and the ECB has countered with the threat of extending their scheduled QE with more checks […]

The Fed And The Problem with the Phillips Curve

The Fed And The Problem with the Phillips Curve

The Problem with the Phillips Curve by David Merkel, CFA of The Aleph Blog I remember sitting in my intermediate macroeconomics class at Johns Hopkins, when the Professor was trying to develop the concept of the Phillips Curve, which posits […]