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Taking stock of inflation risk premia

Despite yet another hotter-than-expected US CPI release, there are few signs in bond markets that long-term inflation expectations are de-anchoring. That supports our base case that US Treasury yields will fall back later this year, even if it also suggests there may be a degree of complacency among market participants around the risk of persistently above-target inflation in the US.

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