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The Treasury market tumble in 5 charts
NEW YORK (Reuters) -The Federal Reserve’s hawkish tilt has shaken up the bond market, with Treasuries recording their worst start to the year in history. Yields on the U.S. benchmark 10-year Treasury, which move inversely to bond price, reached a high of 2.417% earlier this week as investors factored in a more aggressive Fed, a 90 basis point gain since the beginning of the year and its highest level since May 2019. Many investors expect more turmoil in bonds, as soaring consumer prices push the Fed into full inflation-fighting mode.
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