Where is the Inflation?

September 8th, 2014
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Chart of the Week 05 September 2014

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Many believe that inflation is permanent but that is not the case.  In recent years inflation has hit some very low levels.  The chart discussed this week was prepared a little less than a year ago; data today is changed to 1.69% yield on the 5-year treasury note and the official CPI inflation rate is up to 2%.  Instead of the real yield of 0.31% in the video, right now the real yield is negative (-0.31%), implying an expectation for lower inflation than we have had the past several months.  Inflation is variable and can be very low or even negative (deflation).  This week I discuss when and how the current inflation outlook might change in the future.

Inflation is discussed in the video following the Read more >> jump.

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