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ECB Gets Its Messaging Right

ECB Gets Its Messaging Right

by Darren Williams

The ECB’s decision in early December to reduce the monthly pace of its asset purchase program came as a surprise. But investors should draw considerable comfort from its commitment to maintain a “sustained presence” in euro-area markets.

Economics


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Dear Fed: What’s Up with Inflation?

Dear Fed: What’s Up with Inflation?

by Joseph G. Carson

On Wednesday, the FOMC decided to leave official rates unchanged, in part because inflation “has continued to run below the Committee’s 2% longer-run objective.” However, we believe that the Fed and other central banks may not be seeing the full extent of inflation—because they’re not looking in all the right places.

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Today’s Dilemma for the Fed

Today’s Dilemma for the Fed

by Douglas J. Peebles

To raise or not to raise rates is a tough question for the melancholy Fed this week. Policymakers have a mandate to the US, but they also have a big impact on economies around the world. But whatever they do, the action investors should take is to look globally for your long-term fixed income solutions.

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