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We got to see the minutes of the Federal Reserve's meetings at the end of last year, and FOMC members, for the most part seemed pretty happy with where they are. Though Megan Greene of Harvard's Kennedy School did go through the wrist the Fed may be facing in 2021. This isn't the most earth shattering minutes, but there were a few things in there. For starters, they change their language around. Continuing bond purchases, though it's been saying they'll continue for coming months. They said they'd continue until they reach sufficient progress on hitting their targets. But they were also pretty careful to say that those targets wouldn't be quantitative. They be qualitative. So if that feels kind of frustrating in Vegas, it is and it's intentionally so there was widespread expectations. In early December of murdered her dissidents that the Fed might actually try to extend the duration on their bond purchases. Tonto keep along into the yield curve down, and there was very little appetite for that in the 10 minutes. That, of course, is before the 10 year yields started creeping up in recent days so that that might have changed already since mid December, when they spend minutes Her recorded and then finally, the head talked a little bit about their outlook and you know, in line with expectations, they're pretty pessimistic about the upcoming months. It's gonna be a hard winter, but they're hoping that a vaccine will result in a release that pent up demand in a recovery in the second half of this year's they were much more optimistic, but there's so many risks. Around that you I think that's where keeping in mind well, it's itching as I understand it. What they said, is on the question. Inflation. Specifically, the risk was the downside. That is to say we understood rather than overshoot. But this, of course was before we had those two seats go to Democrats in Georgia. Do you think it's a different world for the Fed today than it was just two days ago? So a lot has happened since you spend minutes even just a couple weeks ago, and I actually don't think that we're in a different world. But if you think that the market seemed to be expecting that we are and that that might be a wrist, so I mentioned the 10 year yield was particularly off of the back of yesterday's Georgia's Senate results, and that's on the basis that will probably get some kind of stimulus out of this government with the Democrats and control the Senate, and that's probably right. But it is worth Considering that might not be a linear crosses. It will require absolute unity amongst the Democrats in the House and the Senate to get a significant fiscal measures passed..