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Breakeven Inflation Rate: Five-to-Ten-Year Forward

Following is a seven-day history of the daily Five-to-Ten-Year Forward Breakeven Inflation Rate.

The Fed notes that rates of inflation compensation or breakeven rates incorporate inflation risk premiums and the effects of the differential liquidity of TIPS and nominal securities.

The data are not an official publication of the Federal Reserve Board. They are updates of the Discussion Series Working Paper “The TIPS Yield Curve and Inflation Compensation,” by Refet S. Gurkaynak, Brian Sack, and Jonathan H. Wright.

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                   10/28   10/27   10/26   10/25   10/24   10/21   10/20
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Breakeven rate    2.6063  2.6629  2.5555  2.4603  2.4982  2.4680  2.4489
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SOURCE: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System http://www.federalreserve.gov/econresdata/researchdata.htm

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