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Officials bring forward forecasts for tighter monetary policy after boosting inflation projections
And one more dollar thought
Shift in markets is likely to upend traditional asset allocation
Forecasts for US interest rates could be taken as a sign of inflation concerns or complacency
FOMC could begin debate as early as this week on shrinking $120bn monthly asset purchase scheme
Central bank should not take comfort from the bond market
Investors face tricky bet on sustainability of spike in prices as economy recovers
Government bond prices rise and yields tumble despite strongest inflation reading in 13 years
And Basel says no to crypto
US government bonds shrug off inflation leap; regulators call for toughest capital rules on cryptocurrencies
Hotter than expected reading comes amid concerns about inflationary pressures as economy reopens
Used autos are still going mad.
A hedge, but not necessarily an inflation hedge
Today’s US CPI report expected to show prices rose 4.7% in May compared with a year ago
Is a huge rally coming?
Government bonds rally on both sides of the Atlantic
And that will be bad news for the rest of the world economy as it recovers from the pandemic
Economists expect figures to show year-on-year inflation rate jumped to 4.7% in May
The US central bank has misread both the data and its mandate
And the mystery of office real estate
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Pandemic-driven changes in consumption patterns alter official pace of price growth
Supply constraints and soaring demand make vehicle prices a key number to watch for the Fed
And are we selling duration, or speculation?
Rising price growth looms for first time in decades but policymakers pursue differing strategies