M2 Money Growth Slowest Since December 2010 As The Fed Continues Raising Their Target Rate (And The 2-Year Yield Doubles Since September ’17)

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M2 Money growth has been declining since November 2016. And it keeps declining in terms of growth.


And with the slowing of M2 Money and the increase in The Fed Funds Target rate,  we are watching the meteoric rise in the 2-year Treasury note yield, which has doubled since September 2017.


So like magic, short-rates have been rising!


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