Here's What Treasuries Are Telling Us About Inflation: There Isn't AnyBy and
Baring's Mahon says no need for Fed to raise rates this month
Yields rise after report shows retail sales climbed in August
The Federal Reserve sees the U.S. inflation rate climbing to its 2 percent target as it prepares to increase interest rates. Treasuries are signaling that consumer prices will fall for the next year.
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