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F T Alphaville: B O E Massages Inflation Expectations

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FT Alphaville LINK:

What caught our eye though, was this:
Market participants appeared to expect Bank Rate to rise around the turn of the year and to continue increasing thereafter. It was possible that the publication of a projection, based on market yields, in which inflation was more likely than not to undershoot the target might lead the market yield curve to fall, delivering an additional degree of monetary stimulus.

And they published it quite brazenly!

To quote Kingsley Amis: "The shits are really coming out into the open."

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FT Alphaville LINK:

And they published it quite brazenly!

To quote Kingsley Amis: "The shits are really coming out into the open."

do you know yellerKat, I find it really bizarre that many on here have such faith in the government VI stats. So much that they base their financial positions on them.

If the government are calling deflation, you can GUARANTEE it's going to be inflation instead. :rolleyes:

then when very high inflation hits, they will call it

UNEXPECTED......of course & blame some event. ;)

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