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Pessimists fear soaring inflation but US debt yields reveal little anxiety
Dovish comments from Federal Reserve chairman fail to halt increase in Treasury yields
Investor reappraisal of rising price risks produces some surprising investment results
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Whether it’s goldbugs or crypto bros, the hard money types just can’t help themselves.
Some fund managers warn that the market is ‘complacent’ over risks of more rapid price growth
The global reflation trade means a change of strategy on portfolio protection
Fed’s shift of strategy to tolerate rising prices above target was key signal for investors
Tips funds have enjoyed inflows for nine consecutive weeks
Investors see ‘sugar rush’ from rebound while markets still flush with central bank cash
The global economy may be shifting as it did four decades ago
Price pressures have disappeared during the pandemic, so they say.
Don’t be blindly addicted to free money and risk a shock when conditions change
Prospect of divided Congress and more modest economic stimulus has had big effect on markets
Officials stressed flexibility in US central bank effort to push up inflation
Rising used car prices drove latest leg of the rebound from coronavirus lows
Or, we could just keep reporting whichever direction the wind is travelling in.
The US central bank’s new monetary framework takes policy back to the 1960s
Chair Powell wants prices to pick up, but needs support in the form of fiscal stimulus
The Phillips Curve isn’t dead, it just smells funny.
Prices wobbled after central bank’s reset, but many still question long-term impact
Quest for rising inflation continues but progress will reveal limits of the central bank’s powers
If US central bank could turn back time, it might have acted differently after financial crisis
Sell-off in long-dated Treasuries follows pledge to let US inflation run above 2%
Jay Powell announces move in virtual address at Jackson Hole monetary policy symposium