Category Archives: Savings Bond

February inflation rose 0.4%: What does it mean for TIPS and I Bonds?

By David Enna, Tipswatch.com As expected, U.S. inflation surged 0.4% in February, triggered primarily by rising gasoline prices. But the overall February inflation report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, released this morning, is a bag of mixed messages. One … Continue reading

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Could rising real yields cause the Treasury to raise the I Bond’s fixed rate above 0.0%?

By David Enna, Tipswatch.com There’s been a lively discussion going on over at the Bogleheads forum about the possibility that the recent rise in real yields could prompt the Treasury to raise the fixed rate on the Series I Savings … Continue reading

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