U.S. producer prices rose moderately in December, suggesting that an anticipated pick up in inflation in the coming months will probably not be worrisome.
Daniel Gerard from State Street Global Markets discusses the potential path of inflation after President-elect Joe Biden proposed a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks Thursday in a virtual chat hosted by the Princeton University Bendheim Center for Finance.
Wilfred Frost reports Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida says there will be no rate hike until the U.S. economy experiences 2 percent inflation for a year. Mike Santoli and Sara Eisen joins to discuss.
U.S. consumer prices increased in December, with households paying more for gasoline.
With the sharp move higher in interest rates, markets have been on the lookout for inflation creeping up.
Long-dormant inflation could rebound more quickly than anticipated, Kansas City Fed President Esther George said Tuesday.
"I think Treasurys are going to be the single-worst investment class in 2021," Siegel told CNBC.
Jon Adams of BMO Global Asset Management says the Federal Reserve is unlikely to taper the pace of its asset purchases this year. He adds that there will be short-term evidence of inflation picking up, but not enough to worry the central bank.
“We're anticipating some kind of consumption boom," Mellody Hobson, co-CEO & president of Ariel Investments, told CNBC's "Squawk Box" Friday. "People have been locked up for so long — the savings rate for the typical American is higher than it has been — so there is money there despite the unevenness in terms of where there is true, true devastation in this economy in terms of lower income individuals.”
SEB's Sean Yokota believes that markets have yet to price in the risk of deflation towards the end of the second quarter this year.
The stock market is not in bubble territory. but investors should be selective in their investments, says Tai Hui from J.P. Morgan Asset Management
The Reserve Bank of India has kept interest rates unchanged since May.
The Federal Reserve is likely to maintain low interest rates for a long period of time, says Steve Goldman at Kapstream Capital.
The Fed enters 2021 with a fresh challenge on its plate, namely whether its commitment to higher inflation will poison markets.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on comments from Chicago Fed president Charles Evans on the economic recovery.
Steve Englander of Standard Chartered talks about the important level he's eyeing that he says will broadly move emerging-market currencies.
Bond market traders and Wall Street experts have been signaling rising inflation from its current dormant levels.
Bianco Research's Jim Bianco says inflation is his big worry for next year.
Paul Sheard of Harvard Kennedy School explains the monetary policy challenge of reaching a 2% inflation target and keeping deflationary forces at bay, using the Bank of Japan's experience in the 1990s as an example.