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Bond Report: Treasury yields bounce as inflation expectations rise, retail sales jump

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Long-dated Treasury yields rose Friday, but remained on track for a weekly decline, as a closely watched market-based measure of inflation expectations hit a more-than-16-year high and September retail sales came in stronger than expected.

What are yields doing?What’s driving the market?

Yields were bouncing after a market-based measure of inflation expectations, the break-even rate on five-year Treasury inflation-protected securities, or TIPS, traded above 2.75%, its highest since April 2005, according to Reuters.

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