Interest Rates After Inflation May Be a Real Bubble

  • Deutsche Bank says Fed has driven mispricing of real yields
  • Diverence from real GDP seen unsustainable, German bank says

U.S. equity and debt markets have ridden a reflationary wave this year, thanks to optimism over the momentum of the U.S. economy.

However, some key gauges for growth sit awkwardly with this narrative. Nominal yields on five-year Treasuries are negative when adjusted for the price outlook. And on Treasury Inflation Protected Securities five years forward, a metric the Federal Reserve uses to gauge long-term inflation expectations, the rate projected for 2022 is falling.

Real rates, which have generally moved in lockstep with real gross domestic product, are some two percentage points below what’s implied by the momentum of the U.S. economy, an unsustainable divergence, according to Deutsche Bank AG…

Interest Rates After Inflation May Be a Real Bubble

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