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MNI BRIEF: Fed's CIE Inflation Expectations Highest On Record

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The Federal Reserve Board's Index of Common Inflation Expectations, an internal gauge of longer run inflation expectations constructed from two dozen other indicators, edged up to 2.19% in the second quarter, the highest on record.

The CIE Index rose 0.02pp from the prior quarter. The series goes back to 1999, and the index combines market and survey measures into a single view of how households and businesses expect prices to behave over the next decade.

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The Federal Reserve Board's Index of Common Inflation Expectations, an internal gauge of longer run inflation expectations constructed from two dozen other indicators, edged up to 2.19% in the second quarter, the highest on record.

The CIE Index rose 0.02pp from the prior quarter. The series goes back to 1999, and the index combines market and survey measures into a single view of how households and businesses expect prices to behave over the next decade.

Keep reading...Show less