Post Profile






Fed's Evans Says Weak Inflation May Not Be Temporary Phenomenon

``Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said that weak inflation in the U.S. may not be entirely due to temporary factors. Citing inflation expectations surveys, he said they make him "nervous" about some of the explanations for low price growth that focus on temporary factors. He's previously expressed concern that those expectations are becoming entrenched among the public and this could make it harder for the Fed to get inflation back to target.
read more

share

Related Posts


Fed’s Evans Sees Early 2016 as Timeframe for Rate Increase

Business & Finance / Economics : Wall Street Journal Economics Blog

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said Wednesday the Federal Reserve should hold off until early 2016 to raise interest rates, saying that acting before inflation comes more into line with the central bank's ta...

Fed’s Evans: Monetary Policy Is ‘Appropriately’ Very Accommodative

Business & Finance / Economics : Wall Street Journal Economics Blog

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said Friday he's confident the central bank will act to keep inflation under control, although he also said he doesn't expect to see much in the way of price pressures, suggest...

Fed’s Evans: Central Bank Shouldn’t Raise Rates This Year

Business & Finance / Economics : Wall Street Journal Economics Blog

Overly weak inflation and a lack of evidence suggesting price pressures are about to heat up means the Fed shouldn't raise interest rates this year, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said in a speech Wednesday.

Chicago Fed’s Evans Sees Fed on Hold into Late 2010

Business & Finance / Economics : Wall Street Journal Economics Blog

Charles Evans, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, said the Federal Reserve’s target federal funds rate could remain near zero into late 2010 or longer because the job market is so weak and inflation is running below h...

'Charles Evans: Low Inflation Is the Primary Concern'

Business & Finance / Economics : Economist's View

I hope the Fed listens to Charlie Evans (as opposed to Charles Plosser): Q. and A. With Charles Evans of the Fed: Low Inflation Is the Primary Concern: Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, is nervous...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC