Ahead of the Federal Reserve’s next move on Wednesday, derivatives markets show the federal funds rate hovering around 3.5% for the long term. This is one percentage point higher than the central bank’s latest forecast. These bets have been rising for most of the year and are now approaching levels not seen since the 2013 bond market rout known as the “Taper Tantrum”.
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