Inflation - Who is responsible?? (Page 6)
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In the US, short dated debt is unlikely to extend it's recent rally. That would force central banks to shift their attention away from inflation back to growth-an unlikely prospect this week, with the European central banks set to raise rates in it's meeting thrusday.
The 2 year treasury yield in US-2.65%, Germany 4.45%, UK 5.14%. For the quarter through June 26 treasuries had lost 2.4% in US, 2.08%-Germany, 2.87%UK and 1.6%Japan. So far this year in local currency terms, the US treasuries have handed investors a return of 1.9%, better than all the other countries mentioned.
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