Low Growth, Low Inflation, Low Interest Rates

Institutional investors are getting increasingly frustrated about what the Federal Reserve plans to given the increasingly non-committal statements by central bank officials.

Janet Yellen

Janet Yellen

With multiple perspectives from Fed officials, there is an everlasting collection of growing ambiguity. Are they being hawkish or bouncing back to dovish tones? To be fair to central bankers, they are combating low world economic growth, low inflation in developed markets and low-to-zero-to-negative interest rates. The extraordinary elements of the Federal Reserve’s push to flood the U.S. (and world) with monetary stimulus have remained in place. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]


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