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Here It Comes: New York Fed President Says "If Economy Weakens Further, Would Consider Negative Rate

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Here It Comes: New York Fed President Says "If Economy Weakens Further, Would Consider Negative Rate

Post by Lobo on Fri Jan 15, 2016 11:43 pm

Here It Comes: New York Fed President Says "If Economy Weakens Further, Would Consider Negative Rates"

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/15/2016 09:43 -0500








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Remember when the Fed's dots - less than a month ago - suggested there would be 4 rate hikes in 2016? Ah, the memories. Well, you can not only forget that (now that the market is estimating the next rate hike will come in October if ever), but it appears that the Fed will follow Kocherlakota's advice after all and not only cut rates (the possibility of a January rate cut now is 10%), but will pass go, and collect negative rates:

  • DUDLEY: IF ECONOMY WEAKENED, WOULD CONSIDER NEGATIVE RATES

After today's atrocious, recessionary data, one can be certain that the Fed is furiously considering negative rates.
While the comment came from the Dudley Q&A, his full speech can be found here.
And just to add confusion, here is a spurious Bloomberg headline which will hardly aid matters:

  • YELLEN SAID IN 2010 JAPAN-STYLE DEFLATION `WORST-CASE SCENARIO'

So both NIRP and more QE, just as anyone who is not a tenured economist or drama major predicted.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-01-15/here-it-comes-new-york-fed-president-says-if-economy-weakens-further-would-consider-

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