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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Adjusted 10-Year TIPS-Derived Expected Inflation

This measurement of expected inflation is from the Cleveland Fed:

Adjusted 10-Year TIPS-Derived Expected Inflation

The upward trend at the end is not what the Fed would like to see, of course, but as the next graph shows, market participants expect further declines in interest rates as the Fed attempts to stabilize the economy with the consequence shown in the previous graph of higher inflation in the future:


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