We still expect high US inflation to weigh on Treasuries

While the Treasury market shrugged off another stronger-than-expected CPI print today, we continue to expect the US 10-year Treasury yield to rise over the next few years, as high inflation proves more persistent than generally expected.
Franziska Palmas Markets Economist
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