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Looked at Bloomberg and the one thing I have been noticing that might be of interest (not that stocks are up and regular Treasury yields down) is that the differential between TIPS and Treasuries shows that even the traders are factoring higher, if not huge, inflation. 10-years are now over 2.3% differential and I know they had gotten down to around 2.15, perhaps lower. We need to watch CDs. MY CU didn't lower this week, which is good because I have a rollover (I may even try adding a few pennis, which all I've got). I may use some of this month's paycheck and grab a Pen Fed (or local CU if it is still high in 2 weeks).

I'm not convinced of a Pen Fed Jan fire sale. But supply and demand is different for CUs than Wall Street.
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