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Fed erwartet drei Zinsanhebungen in 2022, drei in 2023 – Tapering von 30 Milliarden

Hawkishe Wende der Fed? Das Statement der Notenbank

Hier die wichtigsten Aussagen der Fed in ihrem FOMC-Statement in Schlagzeilen, vor allem das Thema Tapering ist im Fokus der Märkte – bestätigt sich die hawkishe Wende?

– die Dot Plots zeigen: die Fed erwartet drei Zinsanhebungen in 2022, drei in 2023 – das ist hawkish!

– Tapering von 30 Milliarden pro Monat – womit Ende März 2022 Schluss wäre mit QE

– Arbeitsmarkt hat sich deutlich erholt: „The sectors most adversely affected by the pandemic have improved in recent months but continue to be affected by COVID-19. Job gains have been solid in recent months, and the unemployment rate has declined substantially.“

– Inflation und Tapering: „With inflation having exceeded 2 percent for some time, the Committee expects it will be appropriate to maintain this target range until labor market conditions have reached levels consistent with the Committee’s assessments of maximum employment. In light of inflation developments and the further improvement in the labor market, the Committee decided to reduce the monthly pace of its net asset purchases by $20 billion for Treasury securities and $10 billion for agency mortgage-backed securities.“

Marktreaktionen: US-Futures drehen nach oben, aber der Dollar wird stärker und die Renditen der US-Staatsanleihien steigen – leicht widersprüchlich bisher! Dazu die US-Zinskurve (2-jährige zu 10-jährige) so flach wie seit einem Jahr nicht mehr!

Fed Funds Futures Now Pricing In 90% Chance Of Fed Hike In April; 50% Chance In March

Hier das Statement der Fed im Wortlaut:

The Federal Reserve is committed to using its full range of tools to support the U.S. economy in this challenging time, thereby promoting its maximum employment and price stability goals.

With progress on vaccinations and strong policy support, indicators of economic activity and employment have continued to strengthen. The sectors most adversely affected by the pandemic have improved in recent months but continue to be affected by COVID-19. Job gains have been solid in recent months, and the unemployment rate has declined substantially. Supply and demand imbalances related to the pandemic and the reopening of the economy have continued to contribute to elevated levels of inflation. Overall financial conditions remain accommodative, in part reflecting policy measures to support the economy and the flow of credit to U.S. households and businesses.

The path of the economy continues to depend on the course of the virus. Progress on vaccinations and an easing of supply constraints are expected to support continued gains in economic activity and employment as well as a reduction in inflation. Risks to the economic outlook remain, including from new variants of the virus.

The Committee seeks to achieve maximum employment and inflation at the rate of 2 percent over the longer run. In support of these goals, the Committee decided to keep the target range for the federal funds rate at 0 to 1/4 percent. With inflation having exceeded 2 percent for some time, the Committee expects it will be appropriate to maintain this target range until labor market conditions have reached levels consistent with the Committee’s assessments of maximum employment. In light of inflation developments and the further improvement in the labor market, the Committee decided to reduce the monthly pace of its net asset purchases by $20 billion for Treasury securities and $10 billion for agency mortgage-backed securities. Beginning in January, the Committee will increase its holdings of Treasury securities by at least $40 billion per month and of agency mortgage‑backed securities by at least $20 billion per month. The Committee judges that similar reductions in the pace of net asset purchases will likely be appropriate each month, but it is prepared to adjust the pace of purchases if warranted by changes in the economic outlook. The Federal Reserve’s ongoing purchases and holdings of securities will continue to foster smooth market functioning and accommodative financial conditions, thereby supporting the flow of credit to households and businesses.

In assessing the appropriate stance of monetary policy, the Committee will continue to monitor the implications of incoming information for the economic outlook. The Committee would be prepared to adjust the stance of monetary policy as appropriate if risks emerge that could impede the attainment of the Committee’s goals. The Committee’s assessments will take into account a wide range of information, including readings on public health, labor market conditions, inflation pressures and inflation expectations, and financial and international developments.

Voting for the monetary policy action were Jerome H. Powell, Chair; John C. Williams, Vice Chair; Thomas I. Barkin; Raphael W. Bostic; Michelle W. Bowman; Lael Brainard; Richard H. Clarida; Mary C. Daly; Charles L. Evans; Randal K. Quarles; and Christopher J. Waller.



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7 Kommentare

  1. Ich würde das als „Policy Error/Mistake“ einstufen also alles Long.

  2. Kein Wunder reagiert der Markt positiv….

    Der Ausschuss ist der Ansicht, dass eine ähnliche Verringerung des Tempos der Nettokäufe von Vermögenswerten jeden Monat angemessen sein dürfte, er ist jedoch bereit, das Tempo der Käufe anzupassen, wenn Änderungen der Wirtschaftsaussichten dies rechtfertigen.

    Der Ausschuss wäre bereit, den geldpolitischen Kurs gegebenenfalls anzupassen, wenn Risiken auftreten, die die Erreichung der Ziele des Ausschusses behindern könnten.

  3. Rally – alles natürlich schon eingepreist würde Markus Koch sagen

  4. Dem Markt scheinen die Notenbanken wurscht zu sein. Sie sind das, was man „nette“ Menschen nennt. Brav, freundlich, hilfsbereit, treten niemandem ins Schienbein…nett eben.

  5. Bullshitrally .. Wieso geht der Markt so nach oben??

      1. Oh man, ja verstehe ich schon, aber welchen Sinn macht das? Die Probleme sind doch deswegen nicht vom Tisch.

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