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Two-year Treasury yield pops above 4% after U.S. GDP report points to concerning signs on inflation

Treasury yields rise, led by the policy-sensitive 2-year rate, as traders price in greater odds of rate hikes by the Federal Reserve next week and in June.

Powell and the Fed may be prone to the same mistakes that stoked inflation in the 1970s

U.S. central bank acts serious about taming inflation, but easy money beckons.

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Rents are still on the rise—these are the most and least affordable cities for renters

Market rents are moderately to severely burdensome for residents in 65% of U.S. cities, according to a new analysis.

BOJ will continue monetary easing for now, Ueda says, as inflation to slow soon

Bank of Japan Gov. Kazuo Ueda said Monday that he would continue monetary easing for the time being because he expects inflation to start slowing down soon.

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‘The inflation genie is not going back in the bottle anytime soon.’ Why this veteran trader likes oil and retail stocks now.

Jeffrey Bierman expects high inflation to continue and hit the market with stiff headwinds.

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Andy Beal, America’s richest banker, makes a massive bond bet on inflation 

Exclusive: While some bank chiefs mismanaged rates, Andy Beal waited years for yields to rise before buying Treasury inflation-protected bonds like crazy

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U.K. retail sales fell on month in March as high inflation weighed

Retail sales volumes dipped 0.9% in March from the previous month, compared with a downwardly revised increase of 1.1% in February, data from the Office for National Statistics showed Friday.

Pace of Japan’s consumer inflation slows in March

Japan's overall consumer prices rose at 3.2% from a year earlier in March

U.K. consumer confidence rises again in April despite high inflation

Confidence among U.K. consumers rose for third consecutive month in April to its highest level in more than a year, indicating that momentum toward an economic recovery could be building, despite cost-of-living pressures ...

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Fed’s Williams says inflation is slowing and labor market is cooling

There is a trend of slowing inflation and some signs of a gradual cooling in the demand for labor, said New York Fed President John Williams on Wednesday.

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Inflation is the ‘one thing’ holding up revenue growth, warns Morgan Stanley’s Wilson of a potential selloff in stocks

Mike Wilson, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, warns stock-market investors against cheering cooler inflation.

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Loans decline after SVB failure, Fed’s Beige Book finds, and add to stress on the economy

Lending fell after the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and businesses hired fewer people, a Fed survey found, but inflation also "appeared to be slowing."

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U.K. inflation shock sparks fear U.S. markets will get caught off guard again

Persistent double-digit inflation in the U.K. raises questions about whether U.S. market participants are again misjudging the outlook for price gains.

Treasury yields rise after surging U.K prices revive inflation angst

Data from the U.K. shows inflation is proving to be sticky, causing a broad selloff in government bonds that is sending yields higher.

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Lingering double-digit inflation sends U.K. bond yields higher

U.K. bond yields jumped Wednesday after data showing inflation lingering above 10%.

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Yes, inflation does affect your tax return. Here are 5 things to watch out for.

The standard deduction and tax brackets are some of the approximately 60 provisions the IRS updates annually for inflation.

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U.K. inflation falls less than expected to 10.1% in March as food prices stayed hot

Consumer prices increased 10.1% in March from February's 10.4% on-year rise, data from the Office for National Statistics showed Wednesday.

The Biden administration’s plan to more rigorously audit the 1% will be a lot trickier than it sounds and the IRS has a payment plan if you don’t have enough money for taxes, but there are caveats

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U.S. debt-ceiling brinkmanship threatens market calm after bout of ‘intense volatility’ on bank fears

Equity and bond markets have calmed since last month’s regional bank failures sparked contagion fears, but political brinkmanship over the U.S. debt ceiling risks reigniting volatility, warns CreditSights.

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Rising consumer prices took a massive toll on renters, analysis shows

Two-thirds of renters making less than $25,000 said inflation made them "very stressed."