The Fed released the minutes of the recent meetings earlier and had a few noticeable differences from last month. By far the biggest change was the observation that inflation is picking up. That is not what this Fed is known for commenting on.
Inflation has picked up somewhat, mainly reflecting higher prices of crude oil and gasoline. However, longer-term inflation expectations have remained stable.
The full report is below, click the image for the pdf.


Courtesy of Horowitz & Co.

Category: Federal Reserve

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2 Responses to “The Fed Statement – Side by Side Comparison”

  1. NoKidding says:

    “Strains in globalfinancial markets have eased”. Laughs.

  2. Greg0658 says:

    (nobody asked my question – maybe next time)
    Mr. Chairman – should boys & girls become moms & dads with the employment situation as it is (back of napkin – energy & food production, technology advancements) / knowing the flipside that if the baby business slows the present system will see a drag on that fact alone ?

    and thank you for the insistance the lawmakers must awaken & work it out

    (as the wirelessMic gets yanked away) fading …
    have you heard of my DualSuperNovas fight theory between stocks & bonds

    - oh 17 deciders* – thats a __
    to be free or to be controlled – that is the question
    sigh-OL

    * and their staff, family & friends