Jan Hatzius

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Market pricing of future Fed rate hikes has declined in the wake of weaker GDP and inflation data, signals of an earlier Fed balance sheet runoff, and reduced optimism on fiscal easing. But markets may be underestimating three factors pointing toward continued steady hikes.feedback
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Apr 20 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Jan Hatzius is associated, including Fed and September. Most recently, Jan Hatzius has been quoted saying: “While the growth-positive aspects of the Trump agenda have hit rougher air, the growth-negative aspects also look less concerning. In particular, the specter of protectionism – a major source of concern during the transition especially for trade with China and Mexico – has clearly receded in recent months.” in the article The market suddenly doubts the Fed will raise rates twice more this year.
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Part of what we've seen, this very sizeable move in many markets, is just a normalization. I think there is some further room to run,especially if we do see some fiscal boost on top of what's already in the economy.feedback

It's the usual noise. I think a lot of other indicators are looking better this quarter.feedback

Back in the spring, the committee was ready to go in June or July, but then the weak May payroll report and the Brexit vote interfered.feedback

151,000 is clearly about their estimate of what it takes to improve the labor market over time.feedback

Policymakers will have an incentive to keep their options open, and plenty of opportunities to guide market expectations, should they need to.feedback

We think they probably are underpricing [the chances of a rate hike]. We have a 25 percent probability for a hike at the September meeting. So, we don't think it's going to happen but it's possible. Then, we've got 40 percent for the December meeting.feedback

We now expect the (British) economy to enter a mild recession by early 2017.feedback

With the unemployment rate at 4.7 percent, wage growth clearly picking up, and financial conditions much easier, there is likely a limit to how long the Fed's pause can last.feedback

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