June 10, 2022 19:51 GMT
Rates extend lows after May CPI came out higher than est at 1.0% vs. 0.7% est, unrounded 0.974%, core 0.631%. Heavy short end selling on inflation surge has market expecting Fed to hike US into a recession.
- Notably, 2Y yield surged to 3.0611% - the highest level since 2008, while curves bull flattened after some initial volatility in the long end: 2s10s at 9.858 (-12.786) vs. 9.421 low, 5s10s inverted, flattening -7.273 at -9.761 vs. -10.722 low, while 5s30s slipped to inverted low of -6.661.
- Reaction spurred several dealers to up their rate hikes estimates with Barclays now sees a 75bp Fed hike next week. They have also raised their forecast for the terminal rate by 25bp to 3.00-3.25% in early 2023, implying 150bp of hikes after June's meeting. That's the most aggressive June FOMC hiking call that we are aware of, but markets are pricing in a modest chance of such a surprise (15-20% probability per futures).
- GS upped they're hike forecast to 50bp in June, July and September (from 50bp in Jun/Jul and 25bp in Sep).