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U.S. | 13 November 2018 When the Fiscal Push Fades, the Exposed Economy will Slow, Sharply
In the olden days, by which we mean the 15 years or so leading up to the financial crisis, a 100bp rise in long yields would be enough to slow GDP growth by about three percentage points, other things equal, after a lag of about one year.

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13 November 2018 When the Fiscal Push Fades, the Exposed Economy will Slow, Sharply

By Ian Shepherdson

In the olden days, by which we mean the 15 years or so leading up to the financial crisis, a 100bp rise in long yields would be enough to slow GDP growth by about three percentage points, other things equal, after a lag of about one year.

Posted: 13th Nov 2018 in 'U.S.'

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