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The Federal Reserve is likely to begin normalizing its balance sheet in 2017. Why hasn’t this news rattled the bond market?
The minutes of the June Fed meeting confirm that, while the FOMC is in broad agreement that the process should start later this year, there is a range of opinions with regard to precisely when.
As expected the Fed hiked rates in its June meeting, but the unexpected news is the detailed plan it released to shrink and normalize its balance sheet. Visit PIMCO's Rise Above Rates page for our latest outlook on interest rates.
The Fed hiked despite a spate of weak economic data.
An inside look at PIMCO’s 2017 Secular Forum, including key charts that show why investors must prepare for policy pivots in the years ahead.
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Global Strategic Advisor
Dr. Clarida is a managing director in the New York office and PIMCO's global strategic advisor. In this capacity he leads PIMCO's annual Secular Forum process and works closely with the Investment Committee to assess and analyze global monetary and fiscal policy trends. Since joining the firm in 2006, he has worked extensively with and served as a trusted adviser to the firm's many central bank and sovereign wealth fund clients. Prior to joining PIMCO, he gained extensive experience in Washington as assistant Treasury secretary, in academia as chairman of the economics department at Columbia University, and in the financial markets at Credit Suisse and Grossman Asset Management. He has 19 years of investment experience and holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University. He received his undergraduate degree with Bronze Tablet Honors from the University of Illinois.