One possibility would be to say that the markets might believe that we will be perfectly okay with inflation continuing to run 2¼, 2½, or something like that. That is a possibility. But the way I would look at it is that the market would probably believe that we would be just holding the fed funds rate target constant in that situation. To have a market forecast of a declining fed funds rate, which is what’s in the bond market, it seems to me that you have to be anticipating that rates will come down. Now, I think that can’t be a recession outlook because otherwise the equity market wouldn’t be as strong as it is. So that’s why I came to that conclusion. One market or the other may be making a mistake, but I was saying that’s what I think is the best explanation of what the market sees.