How Much Higher Can Rates Go?


By: Lawrence Gillum, CFA, Fixed Income Strategist, LPL Financial

Inflationary dynamics continue to surprise to the upside, and markets now expect the Fed to pursue one of its most aggressive rate hiking campaign in years. U.S. Treasury yields continue to move higher as well. We think we’ve seen the biggest moves higher in yields, but as long as inflationary pressures continue to surprise to the upside, interest rate volatility will likely remain. We still think the 10-year Treasury yield can end the year between 2.75%-3.25%, but we acknowledge there are risks to the upside.

Read the full commentary here: Weekly_Market_Commentary_9.19.2022


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