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Bank of America takes a very long view on short rates, and lots of other stuff
What just happened?
Data helps steady bond markets and signals prospect of end to interest rate rises on both sides of Atlantic
And copper revisited
Are markets finally making their peace with a new interest rate reality?
Maybe it’s capitulation, maybe it’s time for tin hats
Treasuries and Wall Street shares on course for worst month of 2023
Smaller companies’ weaker balance sheets exposed by ‘higher for longer’ environment
Dollar index rises to 10-month high as hopes of rate cuts ‘are priced out’
Stocks and bonds weaken after Federal Reserve signals rate cuts will take place only gradually
The complexity of central banks’ ‘last mile’ on inflation is part of a bigger economic challenge
Higher for longer is the right balance, for now
New projections and remarks from chair Jay Powell signal no near-term relief from elevated borrowing costs
Two-year Treasury yield hits highest level since 2006 after hawkish projections from US central bank
Higher rates AND growth, for longer
What can we predict?
Expected policy pause would come amid mixed signals on economy
FT-Booth survey finds majority of economists think central bank has more work to do to lower inflation
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Why are property prices falling in the UK and rising in the US?
Two new studies argue that even if they depress inflation, they could hurt innovation and growth
August uptick leaves economists asking if earlier signs of cooling demand were just a blip
There are three supportive arguments for the battered US Treasury market
Consumer price index increases at annualised rate of 3.7% but ‘core’ reading moderates
Investment chiefs point to cooling labour market and favour Treasuries