June and the “Draghi Effect”

June was progressing according to expectations. A rate hike at the June 14 FOMC meeting was a given, so it should not have much of an effect on anything. In effect, the 10-2 spread was falling on those expectations, as was the 5yr-5yr forward inflation expectations. The big move at the closing of the month…

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