Elliot’s Brief Blog for Thursday, January 2, 2020

Fed Forecasts

A year ago, six Fed members saw short-term rates ending 2019 up by three-quarters of a point, 5 members saw them rising by half a point, 4 members by a quarter-point, and two members saw no change. In the end, the Fed lowered rates by three-quarters of a point. For what it’s worth, 13 Fed members see no rate change in 2020, while four see rates rising by a quarter-point.

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