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|... inflation expectations - as measured by the yield differential between 10-year Treasuries and Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) - have fallen to 1.54% at the end of October from this year's high of 1.97% (April). The Fed's monitoring ...|
|... expectations (as measured by the differential between US nominal bond yield and TIPS - Treasury Inflation Protected Securities) have gone up to 2.1% (from 2.0 at the end of 2017) on the tenners and to 2% (from 1.9%) on the fivers. Inflation expectations ...|
|... 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 year to 1.88% currently on the tenners and ...|
|... 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 the Fed's first rate hike after the GFC, justified ...|
|... expectations measured using the yield differential between nominal US Treasuries and TIPS (treasury inflation protected securities). The 10-year yield differential currently stands at 1.82% - down from 2.0% (when the Fed announced its third hike on 15 ...|
|... expectations, as measured by the differential between nominal bond yields and those on Treasury inflation protected securities are now at 1.96% on the tenners (1.46% when the Fed lifted-off back on 16 December 2015) and 1.83% on the fivers (1.20% last ...|
|... tapering QE. Back then the yield differential between the nominal 10-year Treasuries and Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) - inflation expectations - was above the Fed's 2% inflation target and the 5-year differential not too far below. ...|
|... trading the yield differential between the nominal 5-year US Treasury bond and 5-year Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) is 1.20%. Declining prices would induce consumers to defer spending (when prices fall some more), lessen sales and profits ...|
|... the yield differential between the nominal 10-year US Treasury bond and the 10-year US Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS). The differential stood at 1.75% last night, down from 1.87% at the end of June. Hence, the jury's still out. Perhaps ...|
|... now. The differential between the 10-year US Treasury yield and the yield on 10-year Treasury inflation protected securities (TIPS) - a gauge of inflation expectations -- has eased to 1.7% from an average of 2.1% in 2014 and 2.3% in 2013. Oh well, the ...|
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