Short- and long-term US inflation expectations rise

Home price expectations also tick upwards as the last mile of inflation proves difficult

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Short and long-term inflation expectations in the US increased in April, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Expectations for inflation one year ahead rose from 3% to 3.3%. Expectations for inflation five years ahead also increased, from 2.6% to 2.8%. Expectations at the three-year horizon dipped slightly.

Median uncertainty for inflation at the one-year horizon ticked upwards while the median uncertainty at the three-year horizon ticked downwards.

Rising expectations of further

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