- Treasury announces plans to step up T-bill issuance
- Question: Is inflation dead?
- Follow-up: I pulled the trigger on the February 2042 TIPS
- Looking to invest in longer-term TIPS? There’s a problem.
- 10-year TIPS reopening auction gets a real yield of 1.395%, 2nd highest in 12 years
- Thursday’s 10-year TIPS reopening auction looks attractive; ignore the Treasury turmoil
- U.S. inflation increased 0.4% in April, continuing a gradual downward trend
- I’m in Ecuador. What’s happening in the rest of the world?
- My schedule … and what’s coming next
- I Bond’s fixed rate will rise to 0.9% on May 1, TreasuryDirect says
- Bloomberg: Current yields
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- WSJ: Current TIPS values
I know the redemption would not count against the purchase limit, but if I redeemed to my Treasury Direct account…
Many are so used to ZIRP they have difficulty with higher rates. This is why we hear every month the…
it came out at 5.195% or 4 basis points below the last week 4 week bill. I would call that…
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Category Archives: International bonds
ITIP ETF: How risky is it?
I have been following the new iShares International Inflation ETF (ITIP) for a few weeks now, looking for a possible opportunity to buy in. I had arbitrarily set a price of $49.50, and it hasn’t hit that price yet. This … Continue reading
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New ETF entries … International TIPS funds
IShares this month launched two new international bond funds with inflation protection: IShares Global Inflation-Linked Bond Fund (GTIP) and iShares International Inflation-Linked Bond Fund (ITIP). Both funds track indexes of government-issued bonds; the main difference is that GTIP includes U.S. … Continue reading
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Yes, the purchase limit is not affected by an I Bond redemption. It remains $10,000 per person per year.