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Ken Odeluga
Still A Tale Of Two Yields By Ken Odeluga - Oct 10, 2018

Summary Lasting changes to risk appetite might be showing. Tail of the yield spike Stock markets declined to immediately rush on to the front foot during an 11 hour pause in Treasury selling. A...

Peter Rosenstreich
U.S. Interest Climbs By Peter Rosenstreich - Oct 05, 2018

Analysts are attributing the increase to a strong US economy, hawkish Fed comments, technical factors or even possible demand for return premia. Yet, significant corporate issuance, higher dollar...

Michael Hewson
U.S. Yields On The Brink By Michael Hewson - Oct 04, 2018

A booming US economy and comments from Fed chairman Jay Powell last night appear to have been the catalyst for a sharp move higher in US 10-Year yields through the highs this year of 3.12% to push up...

Kathleen Brooks
Euro-Zone Debt Crisis 2.0? By Kathleen Brooks - Oct 02, 2018 1

The big news on Tuesday is that Italian bond yields are lurching higher once more and have tested the air above 3.4% earlier today. This is spooking the markets, with European stocks a sea of red and...

Kiann Ong
U.S. Curve Spread Hedged Trades By Kiann Ong - Aug 22, 2018

The US treasury curve has garnered significant attention, especially on the ‘curve inversion’ where the short-end of the curve yields is higher than the long(er) end. What has the market...

Kiann Ong
Convexity In U.S. Treasuries By Kiann Ong - Aug 18, 2018

We are now in a firmly hiking environment, unless something derails the US economy in the coming months. The US treasury curve has been flattening, with 2y:10y reaching new lows. That being said, with...

Ken Odeluga
Italian Bond Yields Still Nervy By Ken Odeluga - Jun 06, 2018

Summary Italy’s stock and bond rebound stuttered on Tuesday after the first parliamentary speech by new Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte – a clear sign investors continue to perceive the...

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