Though sky-high U.S. inflation has cooled a bit lately, the Fed remains steadfast in taming it. The Fed will thus keep on raising rates.
U.S. benchmark government bond yields rose to 3.03% from 2.98% on Jun 8 on inflationary fears.
Last week, Wall Street continued its downtrend amid the uncertainties emanating from the Russia-Ukraine war.
U.S. government bond yields rose to their highest levels since November to start 2022.
After a great 2021 (for stocks), investors will now be mulling over what's in store this year. These ETF forecasts should help investors to take positions before hand.
Talks of rising inflation in the United States as well as several other economies are rife this year.
Rising inflation has been emerging as a great cause for concern globally. Supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19 and prolonged ultra-easy monetary policy have led to such a scenario.
ETF strategies to play the rise in U.S. inflation. While some suggested that the latest rise in inflation is temporary, the latest views indicate that the trend may be persistent.
Rates have been rising fast in the United States over the past few weeks on growing risk appetite and reflationary optimism as well as QE taper talks.