Will Treasury Yields Crash the Market?

February 17, 2021 1:22PMWARNING: This Will Be DeletedIn this strange “after hours” trading club……a small group of investors have the potential to quietly collect weekly payments like $680… $1,186… or even $3,300 by placing one simple trade.We will be deleting this video from the internet that “spills the beans” on how you can take a trial run of this club and test out these “after hours” payments yourself.I think you’ll be kicking yourself if you miss this.Click here to begin…Will Treasury Yields Crash the Market? One Expert Seems to Think SoStocks are tumbling today after an unprecedented economic report scattered bulls to the wind. Data on January’s U.S. producer prices, released this morning, revealed a stunning 1.3% month-over-month surge in the producer prices index (PPI). It blew away the Dow Jones estimate of just 0.4%.In fact, January’s headline PPI spike is the largest on record. Core PPI, which removes food and energy components, shot 2.0% higher year-over-year as well. It too exceeded expectations, dwarfing the 1.1% estimate while logging the largest core PPI “beat” in the index’s history.”PPI numbers are something else…,” said a concerned economist.“This is consistent with multiple CEOs complaining of accelerating inflation for their inputs.”The PPI eruption isn’t too surprising given that January retail sales (also released today) soared 5.3%, beating the 1.2% estimate handily.“[The retail sales data] fits in perfectly with the present narrative of strong earnings/growth (and rising inflation) and will place further upside pressure on Treasury yields,” explained Vital Knowledge founder Adam Crisafulli, in a note.The 10-Year Treasury rate hit a high of 1.33% – a level unseen since February 2020 – shortly before noon. The 30-year rate, meanwhile, is holding steady at yesterday’s high.

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Kazan- Kazan National Research Technical University Казанский национальный исследовательский технический университет имени А. Н. Туполева he graduated in Economics in 1982

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