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Tayloring the rules

17 June 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

Consumer prices are currently quiescent but may rise in coming months. Based on the Taylor Rule formula that links inflation, employment and interest rates, rates should then rise. But if the U.S. central bank tweaks key Taylor Rule inputs, the signal could be hidden.

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