By Bilal Hafeez 02-04-2020
In: hive-exclusives | Monetary Policy & Inflation US

Are We Underestimating Disinflation?

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Despite many headline-grabbing downward revisions to US growth, most economists are not expecting inflation to fall by much. The consensus for core PCE is for a decline from 1.8% YoY in Q1 to 1.7% in Q2 and Q3 and back to 1.8% from Q4 onwards. These have been revised down from earlier, but the trend is still up (Chart 1). Even the most bearish banks on growth have core inflation only going down to 1.4%, which is the range of the last few years.

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