Global Inflation Expectations May Have Passed Their Peak: Chart

Falling U.S., Germany and Japan 10-year break-even rates -- derived from the difference between nominal and inflation-linked yields -- may signal a broad retreat in investor inflation expectations. Faith in rising prices may have peaked as a result of low oil prices, uncertainty over President Donald Trump’s fiscal policies and the potential end of central-bank stimulus. The U.S. 10-year rate fell to 1.93 percent on Friday after a weak jobs report from a more than two-year high of 2.09 percent Jan. 19.

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