10-year yields climb by nearly 5 bps to 1.69%
Meanwhile, 30-year yields are up by over 5 bps to 2.47% – its highest since August 2019.
The message from the Fed is quite clear yesterday. While policymakers are looking for more to convince them of a rate hike, there is no imminent pushback on rates either.
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