Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: Jan 09, 2024     Views: 936

  • Treasury Direct's TIPS/CPI webpage
  • Federal Reserve's  FRED website
  • Bloomberg in Firestone (A Floor)
    • Type [GOVT] TK and press , where [GOVT] is also the F2 key in yellow and [GO] is also the Enter key.
    • Select 14) U.S.A.
    • Note: Numbers 15-18 are U.S. Treasury Inflation Indexed Note/Bond related information. Only outstanding treasury price and yield data is available.
      • 15) TII U.S. Treasury Inflation Indexed Note/Bond
      • 16) GTII Generic U.S. Treasury Inflation Indexed Note/Bond
      • 17) WITII U.S. Treasury When Issued Inflation Indexed Note/Bond
      • 18) XITII U.S. Treasury When Issued Reopened Inflation Indexed Note/Bond

​TIPS are a treasury bond whose principal is adjusted to reflect the changes in the CPI.  When the security matures, the US Treasury pays the greater of the original or adjusted principal.

Several data sources:

  • Bloomberg – under government some tickers are GTII5, GTII10, GTII20 and GTII30. 
  • Datastream – restrict to index-linked bonds United States.

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