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Investors in US Treasuries face a dilemma as they are caught between an economy that seems very strong but faces challenges from soaring inflation and Federal Reserve rate hikes to cut it off and keep...
St. Louis Fed chief James Bullard said last week that fears of a recession in the US are exaggerated, even as he continued to call for “front-loading” interest rate increases. Bullard, who...
Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe, who heads the so-called Eurogroup of EU finance ministers, felt obliged this week to reassure bond market investors that the eurozone does not face another debt...
The credibility of central bankers is on the line as they stand convicted of having ignored inflation for too long and now must try to contain it against long odds. While she is no longer chair of the...
Yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury soared more than 20 basis points on Monday, rising to 3.37% as bond investors bet the Federal Reserve would have to get more aggressive about hiking interest...
Economists are rapidly revising their rate hike forecasts for the Federal Reserve after the consumer price inflation print last week came in at 8.6% on the year. They now expect half-point hikes at...
It turns out it doesn’t matter if you’re a world-famous economist, a former chair of the most important central bank on earth, and now the chief economic policymaker of the world’s...
Surging inflation and sinking bond markets have shifted to Europe this week, as initial CPI readings in the European Union point to accelerating price increases of more than 8% on the year. German...
Relief takes many forms and last week’s relief rally after the minutes of the Fed policy meeting from early May were released reflected the simple-mindedness of stock market investors who were...
In normal times, stocks and bonds are negatively correlated—that is when stock prices tank, bond prices rise (and yields, which move inversely to prices, go down). The idea is that investors selling...