According to Bloomberg News, the selloff of US bonds deepened, and stocks dropped Wednesday as investors took their place for a campaign that is stepped up for the monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve so that inflation can be handled better. The impact of monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve Traders of the money markets have been betting on the Fed tightening that has been the steepest in almost 30 years after Federal Governor Lael Brainrad stated that the US central bank would begin curtailing its balance sheets faster as may take place in May. The Stoxx Europe 600 index is heading for its greatest plunge in a month, with the tech and automakers leading the decline. WTI crude oscillated around $102 per barrel. And Twitter Inc., Apple Inc., and Microsoft Corp performed the worst in US trading. The news of the losses poured in as minutes of the Fed meeting were due later Wednesday. Are anticipated to offer hints about the pace of both so-called quantitative tightening and interest rates and the process by which the bond holdings of the central bank shrink. Traders have been betting that the Federal Reserve will be implementing 225 basis points of rate surges by the end of the year, adding to the 25 basis points delivered already in March. The central bank has not been tightening this much since 1994, which is known as a famously crucial year for those individuals who have invested in bonds that also comprise a 75 basis point surge. Matt Maley, who is the chief strategist associated with Miller Tabak + Co, stated that the Federal Reserve would be very aggressive in its approach going ahead even if it affects the growth of the economy and stock market adversely. He also said that if the Fed thinks there is a need to alter the course before hiking rates these many times, the bond and the stock market will be a lot lower, reports Bloomberg News. Bloomberg News reports that disruptions in commodity flows may further be aggravated by the growing Russian isolation over the ongoing Ukrainian war, exerting further pressure on the prices. Fresh sanctions are being anticipated on Moscow. In the meantime, as stated by the finance ministry of Russia, Eurobond payments were sent in rubles since foreign banks are not willing to process coupon payments, raising the hiccups of the technical default. Amy Wu Silverman, who is the equity derivatives strategist at the RBC Capital Markets LLC, while talking to Bloomberg TV, said that the ongoing Ukrainian crisis is not likely to be resolved soon and that the levels of volatility are too low and will gather pace. Further Reading \t Fluctuation in Stocks after Biggest Drop in a Couple of Months \t The Best You Could Do This Quarter in Stocks and Bonds Was to Lose 5% \t Why Did FedEx Stock Prices Take a Hit?