Changes in Inflation
Changes in Inflation Targets by the Fed and Other Central Banks:
What are the Implications, Benefits and Risks? What is the move of the Fed to a flexible Average Inflation Target? Can the Fed achieve the new target and how, with which tools? What are the benefits and risks of the new strategy? Which other major central banks – ECB, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, etc - are formally or informally changing their inflation targets and policy tools? Which more radical policy changes could be considered and what are their implications? ---NourielToday
bank for international settlements,
price inflation of 2%,
changing inflation targets,
policy dilemma of the BOE,
brexit negotiations 2020,
adjusting policy rates by the BOE,
new policy tool forward guidance of the BOE,
formal goals of the BOE,
effective lower bound of the BOE,
boe review of strategy,
policy of real reforms in japan,
labor force participation rate in Japan,
monetary policy aggression of the BOJ,
3 elements of abenomics,
sharp appreciation of the yen,
boj yield curve control,
BOJ variant inflation targeting,
dollar weakness and euro strengthening,
single mandate flexibility framework,
ecb target range of inflation,
hawkish members of the ECB,
negative policy rate of the ECB,
ecb strategic review,
stagflationary demand shocks,
unanchor inflation to the upside,
risk of zombification of firms,
negative supply shocks,
assets and credit bubbles on wealth inequalities,
assets and credit bubbles,
risks of average inflation targeting,
FED's maximum employment bid,
new average inflation targeting,
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lol. roubini's accent is hard to do, but that's not bad.
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