Inflation Expectations

Bryan, Michael; Molloy, Linsey
January 2007
Economic Trends (07482922);Jan2007, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses the significance in keeping inflation expectations under control among central bankers. According to the author, the expectation of higher inflation generates changes in economic behavior that enforce cost on the economy. It is stated that economist estimated inflation expectations into several sources including surveys of consumers, financial market data, and economists' predictions.


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