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Can the Fed Inflate Our Debt Away? | Blue Line Futures Macro Corner Episode 9

Posted: Aug. 1, 2022, 3:02 p.m.


Paul Wankmueller, CMT and Jannis Meindl talk about the current state of monetary policy and why high inflation may reduce the burden of high debt levels. The podcast also covers the most important aspects of last week's Fed meeting and what Jay Powell's dovish tone means for financial assets. Be sure to check out this week's chart booklet here: Macro Corner Episode 9, Chart Booklet

Check out Jannis Meindl's Sunday editorial The Reality of Negative Real Rates that was published on July 31, 2022.

Also access the episode on your favorite podcast app: Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast

Timecodes:

0:00 - Disclosure

0:18 - Podcast Intro

1:02 - Negative Real Interest Rates

3:00 - U.S. Debt & Interest Outlay

14:50 - Dovish Fed & Financial Conditions

22:23 - Wage Inflation

28:27 - Loan Growth

30:31 - Outro & Disclosure



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