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5Year, 5Year Forward Inflation Expectation Rate (T5YIFRM)
Observation:
Feb 2018: 2.23 (+ more)Updated: Mar 1, 2018
Feb 2018:  2.23  
Jan 2018:  2.15  
Dec 2017:  2.04  
Nov 2017:  1.95  
Oct 2017:  1.99 
Units:
Percent,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
MonthlyThis series is constructed as:
(((((1+((GS10FII10)/100))^10)/((1+((GS5FII5)/100))^5))^0.2)1)*100
where GS10, FII10, GS5, and FII5 are the 10 year and 5 year nominal and inflation adjusted Treasury securities. All of those are the actual series IDs in FRED.
5Year, 5Year Forward Inflation Expectation Rate
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This series is constructed as:
(((((1+((GS10FII10)/100))^10)/((1+((GS5FII5)/100))^5))^0.2)1)*100
where GS10, FII10, GS5, and FII5 are the 10 year and 5 year nominal and inflation adjusted Treasury securities. All of those are the actual series IDs in FRED.
5Year, 5Year Forward Inflation Expectation Rate
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Title  Release Dates  


5Year, 5Year Forward Inflation Expectation Rate  20140516  20180301 
Source  


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  20140516  20180301 
Release  


Interest Rate Spreads  20140516  20180301 
Units  


Percent  20140516  20180301 
Frequency  


Monthly  20140516  20180301 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20140516  20180301 
Notes  


This series is a measure of expected inflation (on average) over the fiveyear period that begins five years from today. This series is constructed as: (((((1+((GS10FII10)/100))^10)/((1+((GS5FII5)/100))^5))^0.2)1)*100 where GS10, FII10, GS5, and FII5 are the 10 year and 5 year nominal and inflation adjusted Treasury securities. All of those are the actual series IDs in FRED. 
20140516  20180301 
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