10-Year Breakeven Inflation Rate

The 10-year breakeven rate measures the difference between the 10-year Treasury bill maturity rate and the 10-year inflation indexed maturity rate. The latest value was as of and represents what market participants expect inflation to in the next 10 years on average. Generally, higher or increasing rates represent higher inflation expectations while low or decreasing rates represent lower inflation expectations.

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