Fed Raises Target Rate To 2%, 10Y-2Y Treasury Slope Flattens To Below 40 BPS (Flattest Since 2007)

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As expected, The Federal Reserve raised their target rate (upper bound) to 2%.

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However, they actually left the interest on excess reserves steady at  1.75%.

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At the same time, the US Treasury 10Y-2Y slope flattened to below 40 basis points, the lowest since 2007.

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Now for the Fed Dots Plot.

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