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Nomura economists eyed Wed 2pm ET FOMC......>
US VIEW: Nomura economists eyed Wed 2pm ET FOMC meeting minutes release. "The
post-meeting press conference for the 19-20 September FOMC meeting highlighted
the significant degree of uncertainty among FOMC participants about the causes
of recent soft inflation," they said. "However, Chair Yellen sounded relatively
hawkish on the short term during the Q&A session, indicating that while the
weakness may not be well-understood, it should not be the cause to put off a
hike in December."
- They expect FOMC minutes to "reflect the amount of debate among participants
about recent inflation weakness. However, there will likely also be some debate
surrounding the FOMC's evaluation of financial conditions and asset prices. At
the post-meeting press conference, Chair Yellen stated that "sometimes
movements, upward movements and asset prices can, for example, reflect a change
in market participants, a reduction in market participants' estimates of the
longer-run level of interest rates." This is a view previously shared by St.
Louis Fed President Bullard but contrasts with previous statements by NY Fed
Pres. Thus, the minutes could shed further light on this discussion."
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