Bloomberg News reports that Treasury yields escalated after the recent Federal Reserve meeting related to inflation that underscored commitment to aggressively tighten so that inflation could be curtailed. Exploring More There was intensified selling of the bonds after the officials found from the June meeting of the fed that there could be even more stringent restrictive policies if the price pressures continue to prevail. There was an extension of the selling pressure after Wall Street finished with two-and 3-year yields amongst the ones that are pretty sensitive to central bank policies, returning to 3% for an escalation of 18 basis points and beyond on a single day. The 10-year rate, the benchmark, has surged by more than 12 basis points, halting at 2.93%, rebounding from a 2.74% session low. According to the minutes, it was found that the officials expect a 50 or 75 basis points hike in July is likely. This is in line with the remarks of the Chair of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, made at the end of the last meeting. There was a rise of 75 basis points by the policymakers in mid-June, which was the largest hike since 1994. In the meantime, anticipations of where it is likely that the tightening cycle will peak at the beginning of 2023 have returned to up and above 3.4%, which was earlier 3.2%. Bloomberg News reports that earlier on Wednesday, a rally in bonds for a short span took the 30-year yield to lower than 3% since May for the first time. Jim Caron, Morgan Stanley Investment management's portfolio manager, believes that inflation will continue to remain high, which implies that the peak will not make Fed stay in a comfortable position while talking on Bloomberg Television. It means that the central bank will be raising the 75 basis points in July, and in September, it is likely to hike the basis points by 50 unless things start to break or unforeseen things happen. Expectations of Treasury inflation were not very high for the year since there was an extension of a major decline in June from the peak. The 5-year break even for a short while broke below 2.5%, recording the lowest level since September. Further Reading \t Truck Blockade at Texas Border Endangers $443 Billion Trade \t The Worst Types of People to Date: How to Avoid the Toxic Relationship \t How to Use T-Shirt Advertising to Promote Your Business?