Goldman Looks At Modification In Equilibrium Funds RateMark Melin
The best-known statistical framework for estimating the equilibrium funds rate is the Laubach-Williams model, a new research report from Goldman Sachs points out. But that model has “limitations,” the report notes.
Goldman: Does the current Laubach-Williams model tell the whole story?
The estimated equilibrium funds rate in the Laubach-Williams model has been nearly zero in real terms for nearly five years “and shows no sign . . .
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