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We think the post-payrolls sell-off in Treasuries will continue

Even though investors appear to have raised their expectations for Fed rate hikes following the latest US employment report, we think they may still be underestimating how far the federal funds rate will rise in the next few years. This is one reason why we think that long-term Treasury yields will rise further still.
Nicholas Farr Assistant Economist
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