Daily Archives: December 19, 2017

While the Fed Board of Governors continues with its “we don’t see inflation anywhere” shtick, one of its own in-house measures (the underlying inflation gauge or UIG) is about to hit 3%. The UIG estimated on the “full data set” … Continue reading

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While the Fed Board of Governors continues with its “we don’t see inflation anywhere” shtick, one of its own in-house measures (the underlying inflation gauge or UIG) is about to hit 3%. The UIG estimated on the “full data set” … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on The Fed’s Own “In-House” Inflation Metric is Already Clocking 3%

While the Fed Board of Governors continues with its “we don’t see inflation anywhere” shtick, one of its own in-house measures (the underlying inflation gauge or UIG) is about to hit 3%. The UIG estimated on the “full data set” … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Warning: Real Inflation is Already 3%… and the Fed Wants More!