Monthly Archives: February 2021

The steepening real yield curve: What does it mean for TIPS investors?

By David Enna, If you follow the bond market at all, you know that longer-term nominal yields have been inching higher since the beginning of the year, and longer-term real yields (meaning yields above inflation) have been climbing, too. … Continue reading

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One day after weak auction demand, 30-year TIPS yield climbs above zero

By David Enna, The Treasury’s offering of a new 30-year TIPS auctioned Thursday to weak demand, generating an above-current-market real yield of -0.04%, about 6 basis points more than expected. Then, one day later, the Treasury’s estimate of 30-year … Continue reading

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