Kaplan Won’t ‘Get In The Way’ If Market Pushes Yields To 2%

Kaplan Won’t ‘Get In The Way’ If Market Pushes Yields To 2%

We know where Robert Kaplan stands. In remarks to CNBC Tuesday, Kaplan said he's "more aggressive" than some of his colleagues when it comes to the potential timeline on rolling back stimulus measures as the economy improves. He also decided it would be a good idea to deliver a sell-side-style 10-year yield forecast. Kaplan sees benchmark US yields rising as high as 2%. Asked by the network's Steve Liesman to reconcile robust growth projections with the persistence of ultra-accommodative poli
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One thought on “Kaplan Won’t ‘Get In The Way’ If Market Pushes Yields To 2%

  1. You have to remember Steve Liesman, while generally pleasant enough, is only a baby economist lacking the requisite PhD of a fully-fledged economist and master soothsayer.

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