Nazca Lines Meet the Tips Yield Curve

The Tips yield curve — a measure of inflation expectations in the U.S. economy (sic.) — is increasingly bizarre looking. Negative rates?


?I have decided it is actually a signal from elsewhere, sort of like the Nazca lines in Peru. Notice the check-mark carefully embedded above in the current curve? We hear you, oh market masters, and we await further information.



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