In an interview with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle, Janus Capital’s Bill Gross said, Yellen will raise rates by 25BP in July or August, “[Yellen] will raise interest rates in July or August, I think, but it will be very slow. The curve suggests in 2019, February, they will finally reach 2% in terms of the fed funds rate. And I think that’s about right. But it will take us three or four years to get there.”
- Interest rates have been too low for too long.
- Fed may increase rates in ‘six months or so.’
- Capitalism has been ‘distorted’ by low rates.
- Stock market in U.S. won’t see big increase.
- Days of ‘wine and roses’ is over in U.S. Stocks.
- Central Bank actions in Japan, Europe Support stocks.
- Yellen will raise rate by 25 BP in July or August.
- U.S. GDP Number will probably be 3% on nominal basis.
- U.S. Growth may be 2% or 1% by year-end on oil drop.
- Will take 3 to 4 years for Fed Fund rate to reach 2%.
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