We forecast the 10-year Treasury yield to decline between now and the end of the year, as inflation eases further and the Fed transitions to monetary loosening. A key risk to this projection, in our view, is the weak outlook for demand for Treasuries, with some traditional major purchasers seemingly set to remain on the sidelines. We suspect that will push up the term premium, limiting any further fall in the yield.
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