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Wall Street is freaking out about inflation

Average hourly earnings rose 2.9% in the year to January, the biggest spike since 2009. The figures add to concerns in the bond market that inflation may be picking up faster than expected — and fears of a more aggressive Fed There's reason to believe the spike in bond yields will reverse once the underlying economic momentum is revealed to not have shifted that substantially.
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