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Money growth volatility and high nominal interest rates

The period 1979-86 saw (1) high interest rates, (2) volatile money growth, and (3) new Fed operating procedures. Was the third item the chief cause of the other two? Probably not. For much of the increased monetary volatility stemmed not from the new procedures but rather from the publics deregulation-induced switching from assets included in M1 to those included in M1 and M2. Moreover it was not monetary volatility as much as deregulation-triggered rises in money demand that contributed to high rates early in the period.
Economic Review , Volume 73 , Issue Nov , Pages 10-19

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The interest cost-push controversy

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Economic Review , Volume 65 , Issue Jan , Pages 3-10

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Treasury bill versus private money market yield curves

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Economic Review , Volume 72 , Issue Jul , Pages 3-12

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Recent financial deregulation and the interest elasticity of M1 demand

Economic Review , Volume 72 , Issue Jul , Pages 13-24

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Interest rate expectations and the slope of the money market yield curve

An examination of the relationship between yield and maturity in the money market. The expectations theory suggests that the yield curve should be a good predictor of future spot interest rates. A substantial body of research in recent years has tested this implication of the theory and discussed possible reasons for the lack of support for the theory from these tests. This paper provides a review of this literature.
Economic Review , Volume 76 , Issue Sep , Pages 3-26

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The tax effect, and the recent behaviours of the after-tax real rate : is it too high?

Concerns that interest rates are too high have been prevalent throughout the 1980s. Even after adjusting for expected inflation, many people argue that real interest rates are inordinately high by historical standards. Yash Mehra, in his article The Tax Effect and the Recent Behaviour of the After-Tax Real Rate: Is It Too High?, points out that because interest income is taxed, business decisions are based on the after-tax real rate and public concern should focus on this measure of interest rates. Mehra adds to the accumulating evidence that changes in taxes on interest income alter the ...
Economic Review , Volume 70 , Issue Jul , Pages 8-20

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The reaction of interest rates to the employment report: the role of policy anticipations

Interest rates have reacted strongly to the monthly employment report in recent years. The authors document the reaction of rates to the report and provide evidence that it has been stronger since the mid-1980s than in earlier years. Evidently the report now has greater impact than formerly on expectations of where the Fed is going to move the federal funds rate. These expectations influence longer-term money market rates.
Economic Review , Volume 77 , Issue Sep , Pages 3-12

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Interest rates and federal deficits

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Economic Review , Volume 68 , Issue Jul , Pages 16-22

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The behavior of the spread between Treasury bill rates and private money market rates since 1978

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Economic Review , Volume 69 , Issue Nov , Pages 3-15

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An examination of implicit interest rates on demand deposits

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Economic Review , Volume 69 , Issue Sep , Pages 3-11

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