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On the dwindling influence of TIPS on other assets

The latest increase in the 10-year TIPS yield, to a post-Global-Financial-Crisis high of ~2% at one point last week, has barely caused a ripple in the markets. More generally, the influence of “safe” US real government bond yields on other assets has dwindled this year compared to last. Why has this happened? And what is the outlook?

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