Cleveland Fed researchers review trends in inflation expectations
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland researchers review several measures of inflation expectations and find that:
- There has been a limited rise in short-term inflation expectations.
- Long-term inflation expectations are either rising slightly or falling quite a bit, depending on the measure consulted.
"Survey measures suggest that long-term inflation expectations have been largely stable or increasing only slightly over the last six months. In contrast, market measures of long-term inflation expectations showed large declines recently, possibly due to liquidity and inflation premiums among other things," say researchers Mehmet Pasaogullari and Sara Millington.
Read Survey and Market Measures of Inflation Expectations
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