So says the Atlanta Fed based on five-year TIPS data. Still, the chances are half of what they were in the summer of 2011.
Also of Interest
Bernanke’s much-needed optimism
It’s hardly an encouraging sign of a nation’s economic vitality when its most optimistic policymakers are its central bankers.
The IRS and big government
The expanding Internal Revenue Service scandal could hardly be any more Drudgeriffic.
Ferguson's blooper on Keynes
It was an unusually feisty weekend in corners of the blogosphere and Twitterverse where dwell economists and economic-policy wonks.