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Federal reserve credibility and the market's response to the weekly M1 announcements

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  • William T. Gavin
  • Nicholas V. Karamouzis

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A presentation of new evidence on the issue of Federal Reserve System credibility, examining the response pattern of asset prices to the weekly M1 announcements under different operating procedures and monetary policy regimes.

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  • William T. Gavin & Nicholas V. Karamouzis, 1985. "Federal reserve credibility and the market's response to the weekly M1 announcements," Working Paper 8502, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedcwp:8502
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    1. Charles E. Hegji, 1989. "FOMC Targets, Base Drift and Inflationary Expectations," Eastern Economic Journal, Eastern Economic Association, vol. 15(1), pages 45-54, Jan-Mar.

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    Money supply ; Monetary policy;

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