Corliss Online Group Financial magazine - Evaporating inflation
Posted in the Business News Forum
Since: Sep 13
#1 Nov 22, 2013
The immediate fallout from any sign of diminishing U.S. inflation would be further to boost expectations that the Fed will delay any slowing of its quantitative easing (QE) asset-buying program.
Yellen has already fed this expectation at her confirmation hearing. Falling inflation would mean the QE money-printing might even be useful to ward off any deflation threat, on top of pumping up the economy.
This, in turn, will provide some succor to emerging markets - particularly those with high current account deficits - that have seen their currencies clobbered as the prospect of U.S. stimulus ending has pulled cash out of their economies.
Since: Sep 13
#2 Nov 22, 2013
Situations are affecting the world market
Add your comments below
|Roy Wood$ Say less.....................||7 hr||Anonymous||1|
|Dak Prescott New Breed.................||9 hr||Anonymous||1|
|Dak Prescott still The Man...................||10 hr||Anonymous||1|
|Stephen Curry 30 Assassin||22 hr||Anonymous||1|
|Partynextdoor Soon to be KING||Tue||Anonymous||1|
|Majid Jordan Sex Love Pain||Nov 21||Anonymous||1|
|WhiteMenBlackWomen dot o r g - best interracial... (Oct '14)||Nov 20||aanejjeqw||20|
Find what you want!
Search Business News Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC