How will the Fed avoid a taper tantrum? Jawboning real yields. | Ausbiz

The Fed’s minutes are out this week and there could be some implications for the Jackson Hole meeting next week. The meeting comes after the bad US consumer confidence read from Friday seems to vindicate the Fed’s cautious stance on the US recovery. Isaac Poole from Oreana Financial Services says to avoid a taper tantrum now, the Fed has to do everything in its power to get that real yield higher. Isaac tells us it needs to be closer to zero percent before the Fed begins to taper otherwise we could see a tantrum. There’s a lot at stake for the world’s central banks and Issac walks investors through it; plus hear his outlook for equities. (Source: Ausbiz) Click here to watch the interview.


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