The action in Treasuries is just one more reason to be cautious about equities at current trading levels.
Here's what the numbers mean and how the market will likely evolve from here.
The Fed is more hawkish, but what does that mean for investors?
Whether this move was driven by a short squeeze or by a new buyer, in the end, it doesn't make a difference.
Powell can no longer assume there will be many months of strong labor gains before wage pressure becomes a serious challenge.
Wage inflation is a real risk.
When government data seems strange like this, it is more likely to be an artifact of sampling or some other one-off reason.
To get inflation fears, all we really need is a bunch of these subjects to hit the headlines.
We expect three themes to emerge from this week's FOMC meeting.
The possibility of lasting inflation is very real, and that possibility likely will result in bond yields continuing to rise.