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Wonky compass

27 April 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

The US central bank has calculated the optimal interest rate based on inflation and GDP. But its conclusion minus 5% doesn t add up. The socalled Taylor rule suggests a rate around 2%. The Fed is either underrating current inflation or overrating the output gap.

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