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Meantime back -- the Fed.
Did -- Federal Reserve get it right today or does the economy indicate that it is time to implement real stimulus.
Wilmer stith is fund manager of -- MTB intermediate term bond fund.
What are -- -- I founded interest alien and sort of Peter that only six out of the seventeen fed members.
Is sought no rate hike before 2015.
Only say is is there -- some cat have it their looks like there's a growing at rebellion taking place in the Federer might make an add up.
Yeah I think actually that we're gonna see a more Davos off that going -- -- some more hawkish members leave.
At the beginning this year some more dovish members are.
Come on the FOMC is I think they're actually gonna be -- more dovish tone but at the end of the day the take away is that these.
These tendencies are gonna change if the if the information on the ground comes out that they get economies going faster if unemployment is dropping quicker than what the Fed expected well -- guess what that's central tendency is going to be brought in and then you may -- Fed Funds rate hike.
Prior to the end of 2014.
So that -- I think everyone should really understand that that these are sort of -- -- a changing dynamic and changing assessment.
All of where the economy and where inflation our head on the part of the Fed.
Think about this increase transparency.
With the targets from each member.
As and it is well Aziz inflation targets that they're doing now making you know that it comforts of the so called -- -- now official.
I think it's I think it's it's it's a positive development I think at the end of the day when we look back at this period.
I think it's very significant that they came out and they extended the time before they're gonna see the first.
Rate hike in the Fed Funds rate until the end of fourteen that's eighteen months and just think.
Of all the sort of the pain and lack of Bob interest that savers are getting in this country -- the so I think when you look at the yield curve when you look at interest rates.
But the real sweet spot is going to continue to be that -- your part of yield -- I think.
You know I don't see where the thirty year bond is right now but I think is actually closing the day.
Unchanged in price while the five year treasury I believe this down is down significantly -- reaction in the yields today I mean -- monetary action but what I absolutely and and I think it just shows from the seismic response.
That the Central Bank has when it says hey we're not gonna raise the overnight rate until the end of 2014.
And here we -- the beginning of 2012.
You know that that's the economics of at all and -- gonna propel investors.
Into riskier asset classes into corporate bonds into securities -- that yield more and that that's a theme that the MTB intermediate term bond fund has been sort of ahead on the ball also is -- -- really position in and higher yielding corporates investment grade corporates.
And really focusing in on that five year part of the yield are we think that we'll continue to output.
-- -- they selling well I gotta throw this question that you where it's been handed out by the Wall Street Journal others that the Fed may try to be.
Sort of greasing the skids of a presidential -- election by pumping some more cash into the system what do you think about.
Yeah I think that to the chairman make clear that you know he is acting independently.
Of what's happening in the elections I certainly think.
On a pragmatic basis the fact that they -- today and they said they're gonna keep the Fed Funds rate possibly anchored.
At close to zero until the end a fourteen -- that sort of relieves any need to do anything I think.
This year possibly towards the end of of of this year but the the request of the concerns that we have at Wilmington trust's investment advisors and were concerned about.
How the economy's gonna respond what's all that stimulus is reduced going forward in 2013.
OK wanna -- many thanks.
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