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Indexed bonds as an aid to monetary policy

A measure of the publics expectation of inflation would assist the Fed in formulating monetary policy. In order to create such a measure, the U.S. Treasury could issue its debt in two forms: standard debt and debt indexed for inflation. The difference in yield on these two forms of debt would measure the publics expectation of inflation.
Economic Review , Volume 78 , Issue Jan , Pages 13-23

Monograph
Indexation of wages and retirement income in the United States

originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Quarterly Review, Autumn 1978
Monograph

Monograph
The concept of indexation in the history of economic thought

originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Economic Review, Nov/Dec 1974
Monograph

Monograph
Indexing inflation: remedy or malady?

originally appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Business Review, March 1975, p. 3-13
Monograph

Report
Inflation risk in the U.S. yield curve: the usefulness of indexed bonds

The inflation-indexed bonds the U.S. Treasury plans to issue will reduce the expected borrowing cost if the yield curve reflects a risk premium for inflation. In the United Kingdom, indexed bonds are also used to extract inflationary expectations and thus to guide monetary policy. The bonds will produce a more reliable measure of such expectations if the inflation risk premium is taken into account. We estimate such a risk premium for the United States by means of a two-factor affine-yield model of the term structure. The model allows both the inflation risk premium and real term premium to ...
Research Paper , Paper 9637

Journal Article
Indexation: a reasonable response to inflation

Business Review , Issue Sep/Oct , Pages 3-11

Journal Article
Inflation-indexed bonds: how do they work?

In January 1997, the United States Treasury, after years of debate, issued its first inflation-indexed bonds. These securities differ from conventional bonds in that principal and interest payments are linked to a price index. Thus, the purchasing power of an investor's savings is protected from inflation. This article provides a simple description of the Treasury's new offering and discusses why indexed bonds may be useful to investors, the Treasury, and policymakers
Business Review , Issue Jul , Pages 3-16

Journal Article
The name is bond--indexed bond

Will the Treasury Department's new inflation-indexed bond prove to be the bond "with the Midas touch"?
The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 10-11

Journal Article
Federal income tax reform in 1985: indexation

Review , Volume 67 , Issue Feb , Pages 5-12

Journal Article
The case for and against indexation: an attempt at perspective

Review , Volume 56 , Issue Oct , Pages 2-11

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