Inflation-adjusted yields from 5 to 30 years out hit their highest or least negative levels since March 2020


Rates on 5-, 10- and 30-year Treasury inflation-protected securities continue to rise on Monday — hitting their highest or least negative levels in more than two years, according to Tradeweb. Monday’s rise in real, or inflation-adjusted, rates was accompanied by a continued selloff of U.S. stocks across the board. The 5-year TIPS yield traded at minus 0.15%, compared to minus 0.19% on Friday. The 10-year TIPS rate was at 0.287% versus 0.25% on Friday. And the 30-year TIPS hit 0.687%, up from 0.644% at the end of last week.

Source: Marketwatch

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