Treasury Curve Keeps Flattening As Core Inflation Rises To … 2.1% (Rent Inflation Rises To 3.3% YoY)

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The trend on core inflation from the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is increasing, but is still at only 2.1% YoY and 2.4% YoY for CPI.



Core PCE Price growth is at 1.6% YoY.

Rent inflation (from owners equivalent rent) rose to 3.3% YoY.


And the US Treasury curve keeps on flattening.


I just dropped in to see what condition our inflation is in.

I miss the days of Janet Yellen telling us that “inflation is just around the corner.”


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