Print Close








 articles 1-7 / 7   page 1 of 1  
Information in the Yield Curve about Future Recessions
"Furthermore, when interpreting the yield curve evidence, one should keep in mind the adage “correlation is not causation.”
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Economic Letter, August 27, 2018 , Michael D. Bauer and Thomas M. Mertens

Although deflationary winds are a risk in the developed world, they have yet to become embedded in expectations.
PIMCO, Viewpoints, August 2012 , Scott A. Mather

War and Peace: a tale of two economies
Nominal and real return on assets classes for Japan and Switzerland over the past 100 years.
Investments Office , Ronald Weber

These PIIGS Went to Market
For the two PIIGS still going to debt market (Italy and Spain, the others have been bailed out), where are we now? Debt auctions so far have largely gone just fine, with ample coverage and falling yields.
Fisher Investments MarketMinder , 03.02.2012

Foreign Holdings of U.S. Treasuries and U.S. Treasury Yields
The Federal Reserve Board, Working Paper, 2012-1041 (January 2012) , Daniel O. Beltran, Maxwell Kretchmer, Jaime Marquez, and Charles P. Thomas

A Visual History of the Federal Reserve System, 1914 -2009
The Visual History of the Federal Reserve System, 1914-2010 portrays the Fed's balance sheet from founding to the present, as well as interest rates, reserve requirements, recessions, chairmen, US presidents, major events, and more. This is the first time this data has ever been compiled and portrayed in a single graphical display.
Financial Graph & Art , John Paul Koning

What Moves the Interest Rate Term Structure?
FRBSF Economic Letter, November 7, 2011 , Michael Bauer