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Oil Prices and Inflation Expectations: Is There a Link?

Alejandro Badel () and Joseph McGillicuddy ()
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Joseph McGillicuddy: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

The Regional Economist, 2015, issue July

Abstract: Oil prices and inflation expectations sometimes move in tandem. A close look at three types of shocks to oil prices suggests that not all shocks relate to inflation expectations in the same manner.

Keywords: Oil prices; Inflation expectations (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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