- Tax cuts are coming, but are they all they are purported to be.
- Can tax cuts and regulatory reform increase productivity enough to overcome slowing population growth.
- Should the U.S. be encouraging immigration to boost the economy instead of trying to limit it?
- The U.S. considers issuing 50 and/or 100 years bonds.
- What is holding down long-dated UST yields?
Fed Funds Rate: 1.25% – 1.50% (year-end)
2-year UST Note Yield: 2.00% (year-end)
10-year UST Note Yield: 2.70% (year-end)
CPI (2017 average): 2.0%
Core CPI (2017 Average): 2.2%
PCE (2017 Average): 1.8%
Core PCE (2017 Average): 2.0%
GDP (2017 Average): 2.6%
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