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JP Morgan
Door oktober 30, 2017 11:02

The Weekly Brief

Thought of the week

The Taylor rule, developed by Professor John Taylor, is a formula based approach to determining the appropriate level of the Fed funds rate. The original rule considers the deviation of inflation from target and the economic output gap, to determine the appropriate rate. One version of this rule suggests that the nominal Fed funds rate should have been pushed negative following the crisis, and that now, the rate should be much higher than it currently is. The existing members of the Fed already expect rates to rise faster than the market does, but if Taylor were appointed Chair of the Federal Reserve it would provide a further reason for investors to prepare their portfolios for higher rates in the US

JP Morgan
Door oktober 30, 2017 11:02


Asset Allocation Consensus Juli


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