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Owen Humpage is a senior economic advisor specializing in international economics in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. His recent research has focused on central-bank interventions in exchange markets, dollarization in Latin America, and the sustainability of current-account deficits. Read full bio Research Assistant Michael Shenk is a research assistant in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. His work focuses on international topics and housing-market indicators. Read full bio 12.10.08 Owen F. Humpage and Michael Shenk The Federal Open Market Committee has lowered its ...
I doubt traders actually read the paper, but if there is something to worry about in there, it is this sentence on the last page (page 21): “ The US is closer to a Japanese-style outcome today than at any time in recent history .” The other time in recent history in which deflation was a concern for the US was after the 2001 recession (March-November 2001) and 9-11 terrorist attacks. That juncture was marked by an often quoted speech by a professor-turned-Fed-official, Ben Bernanke, titled Deflation: Making Sure “It” Doesn’t Happen Here (November 2001). I am aware that ... Read More
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