quarta-feira, 17 de dezembro de 2014

O que é ser paciente pra você ? E o que é pra Presidente do FED americano ?.....E o que significa "next couple of meetings" ?..... 2 ou não ?

O texto abaixo do "Market Watch" me parece conter a essência da coletiva da Presidente do FED, Janet Yellen realizada hoje, após a manutenção das taxas de juros americanas entre 0 e 0,25% e o texto assinado pela FED com suas considerações

Pergunta daqui, dali......todo mundo tentando "pegar alguma coisa"...alguma pista de Janet Yellen sobre os próximos passos do FED...

E, acho que "conseguiram".....pelo menos me pareceu na pergunta que procurava dirimir o que ela mesma havia dito...

Diz o texto:

"Yellen said Fed policy makers thought it was “unlikely” the economy would show enough vigor to justify the first rate increase since 2006 “for at least the next couple of meetings.”

Ora.......o que significa “for at least the next couple of meetings.” ?

Aí, veio o questionamento:


"Asked how many meetings equals a couple, Yellen was emphatic: two."

Ora.......então, nao haverá aumento de taxa de juros, pelo menos, nas 2 próximas reuniões do FED.

Outro ponto....

Esse, pra mim, muito mais enigmático.


Janet Yellen diz que o FED está preparado pra "Ser Paciente"...


O que é paciente pra você, caro leitor ?

Esperar um tempo mais do que suficiente ou subir a taxa de forma mais lenta do que inicialmente se supõe....

Escolham.......

Esse questionamento não está no texto abaixo...

Representa apenas uma especulação que eu lhes apresento

Vamos ao texto completo:

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/feds-yellen-all-but-rules-out-rate-hike-until-april-at-earliest-2014-12-17

Fed’s Yellen all but rules out rate hike until April at earliest
By Jeffry Bartash
Published: Dec 17, 2014 3:51 p.m. ET

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)—Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen on Wednesday all but ruled out an increase in interest rates until April at the earliest.

Yellen said Fed policy makers thought it was “unlikely” the economy would show enough vigor to justify the first rate increase since 2006 “for at least the next couple of meetings.”

Asked how many meetings equals a couple, Yellen was emphatic: two.

The Fed’s next meeting is in late January. After that, the Fed does not meet again until March 17-18.

The third meeting of the year takes place April 28-29, with another strategy session in June.

Of course, the Fed could always rates earlier if the economy grows strong enough. But it appears the central bank really is prepared to be “patient” as its latest statement suggests.

And once the Fed does begin to raise rates, Yellen and her colleagues think they will move a bit slower than they previously expected.

The median fed funds rate is projected to increase to 1.125% by the end of 2015 from near zero today, according to the so-called dot plot. Previously Fed officials had estimated rates would rise to 1.375% in 2015.

Fifteen of 17 members of the Fed’s policy committee expect rates to go up next year vs. 14 in the September meeting.