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Here's what shows the bond market is really scared about Fed policy

Here's what shows the bond market is really scared about Fed policy

23.8.2019

Here's what shows the bond market is really scared about Fed policy

One area that has been raising alarm bells is the market's growing expectation that inflation will go lower and lower, and stay there for a long time.

The bond market's fear about Fed policy are showing up in a spread that indicates falling expectations for inflation, which is also a concern at the Fed as it could signal low growth or even a recession.

Traders watch prices in the Ten-Year Treasury Note options pit at the CME Group.

Bond market expectations for inflation have been falling.

"It's one of my arguments why they should be cutting ... Inflation expectations are signaling the Fed is going to miss its mandate over a long time," said Briggs.

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