Expanding inflation in the United States, which is now at a 31-year high, has made the bond market consider greater opportunities to raise interest rates earlier again.

Rising US inflation, which is now at a nearly 31-year high and now includes price hikes for a broader range of goods and services, has once again made traders anticipate a greater likelihood of an early interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve next year and one major investment. The company warns that the central bank is now “in an uncomfortable place”. The odds of the Fed’s benchmark rate rising by 25 basis points by June are now nearly 48%, up from about 43% on Tuesday, and the chances that it will double the move that occurred in March, according to the CME FedWatch Tool. In addition, there is a 15% chance of four …

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