Related: 10-Year Treasury Yield Hits 7-Year High

Fixed-income investors worry about the negative effects of inflation on their real yields, but some may consider real estate as an alternative yield-generating option to hedge against inflationary pressures and potentially generate attractive returns and growth in the environment ahead.

“Better-than-expected employment and U.S. services data alongside hawkish comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell helped lift Treasury yields Wednesday. The 10-year note surged to around 3.2 percent, the highest since 2011, while the 30-year rose to its highest level since 2014 and the two-year popped to a pre-crisis high,” reports Bloomberg.

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