On the heels of the status quo G20 meeting over the weekend that has hit the US$ today and buoyed commodities, the implied inflation rate in the 5 year TIPS is rising 8 bps from Friday to 1.86% (vs 1.72% one week ago), matching the highest level since Sept 1st ’08 and expectations 10 years out have risen to 2.23% (vs 2.04% one week ago), up 7 bps from Friday and at the highest since Aug 21st ’08.

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One Response to “Inflation expectations continue to rise”

  1. Pat G. says:

    “and expectations 10 years out have risen to 2.23%”

    In the long term perhaps but what do we get to, then fall from during that decade?