Inflation expectations, volatility and Covid-19: Evidence from the US inflation swap rates
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AbstractThe goal of this work is to explore the role of the Covid-19 pandemic event in the course of inflation expectations and their volatility through US inflation swap rates. The findings document that inflation expectations and their volatility are positively affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. These results have real activity implications, while close monitoring of inflation expectations could signal inflation expectations un-anchoring risks.
CitationApergis, N., and Apergis, E. (2020). 'Inflation expectations, volatility and Covid-19: Evidence from the US inflation swap rates'. Applied Economics Letters, pp. 1-6.
PublisherTaylor & Francis
JournalApplied Economics Letters
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