What Would a “Tight Money” Economic Recovery Look Like?
By: Wall Street Pit
After most recessions the Fed allows above trend NGDP growth, to spur the recovery. In the first quarter of the 1983-84 recovery NGDP rose at an 11% annual rate (7.7% real, 3.3% inflation.) But suppose they kept money so tight that NGDP actually grew slower than trend? What kind of recovery would we expect? Contrary [...] View the full post at: What Would a “Tight Money” Economic Recovery Look Like? Related posts: Arnold Kling: Economic Recovery Will Be Fast Richmond Manufacturing Index Data Suggests Economic Recovery Economic Recovery Forecast: Slow and Sluggish
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