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|... Europe and some EMEs." There's concern over the flattening yield curve. The yield differential between the 10Y US Treasuries and the 2Y bonds is now down to 28 basis points from 54 bps at the start of the year. This is lower than the 73 bps gap that ...|
|... inverted (one presages a recession), it's heading lower. The yield differential between the two-year and 10-year US Treasuries has dropped to 0.4% - its lowest level since 2007 (but was heading higher at the time). A more relevant example is in 2005 ...|
|... expectations for an increase to 2.2%. Wall Street loved it. The S&P 500 index climbed by 0.9% and the yield on 10-year US Treasuries fell by four basis points to 2.97%. This isn't surprising. That's the Fed's guidance looking very likely to be kept. ...|
|... policy normalisation. But the asset that's most sensitive to inflation showed little concern. The yield on 10-year US Treasuries dipped to 2.95% from 2.96% at the end of last week's trading activity. Yields on 10-year TIPS (Treasury Inflation-Protected ...|
|... (1.98%) currently being offered by the S&P 500 is now outpaced by what investors could get from buying long-term US Treasuries. However, these are all based on expectations that the US Federal Reserve will be more aggressive towards lifting interest ...|
|... dollar weakness). Likewise, inflation expectations - measured by the yield differential between nominal 10-year US Treasuries and Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) - have moved 28 bps higher to 2.11% from the nearest low of 1.83% recorded ...|
|... power to push for higher wages? Inflation expectations - as measured by the yield differential between nominal US Treasuries and the Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) have come down in recent months - from a high of 2.05% in February this ...|
|... below shows the movement in inflation expectations - as measured by the differential between the nominal yield on US Treasuries and those of Treasury inflation protected securities (TIPS) of the same maturity. The rebound in inflation expectations after ...|
|... lifted just 0.1%; the US dollar index dipped a little (92.64 from yesterday's 92.51 close); Yields on two-year US Treasuries were unchanged and up by only one basis point for the tenners. The certainty of it all sent the already low VIX index down to ...|
|... paraphrase the Fed, evolving broadly as anticipated. Even the markets have taken this on board. Yields on two-year US Treasuries jumped to 1.38% overnight - a 13 basis point increase from the 1.25% level it closed at on the week ended 8 September. Yields ...|
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