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Hale Stewart
Bond Market Week In Review January 7-11 By Hale Stewart - Jan 13, 2019 1

Summary The latest Fed Minutes indicate a clear change in policy. Speeches by Fed presidents support this analysis. The yield curve continues to narrow; we're seeing modest inversions in small...

Petros Steriotis
U.S. 10-Year Yield January 14 Preview By Petros Steriotis - Jan 12, 2019 2

United States 10-Year: I believe that the break below this multi-year support line of Treasury yields is a very positive indication for global equities rather than a signal of “return to...

Gregory W. Harmon
What About Sagging Bonds By Gregory W. Harmon - Jan 11, 2019

It started with pants. Guys started to pull them down exposing their underwear. Sagging pants they called it. It became a cultural thing. You saw it everywhere. Stories appeared with kids unable to...

Gregory W. Harmon
Bond Breakout By Gregory W. Harmon - Jan 04, 2019

US Treasury bonds have been the subject of some debate since the Fed announced the end of its bond-buying programs. Rates had to go up, said the Fed. But they have not. Then the Fed started to run off...

John Mousseau
Q4 Munis Turn It Around By John Mousseau - Dec 28, 2018

Muni yields rose in the first six weeks of this quarter – mostly in sympathy with US Treasuries (NYSE:UST). We saw the 10-year and 30-year Treasury bonds rise 20 and 25 basis points...

Gregory W. Harmon
The Bond Retest By Gregory W. Harmon - Dec 27, 2018

Remember back when you took the SAT’s? Some of your friends did really well, scoring near 800 on each section, and moved on to other things. But others had that one section that was in the...

Gregory W. Harmon
Treasury Bonds A Cat With 9 Lives By Gregory W. Harmon - Dec 21, 2018

Treasury Bonds have been like a cat with 9 lives. Maybe even more than 9 lives. Every time you think the end of a 30 plus year uptrend in prices is about to end, they befuddle and reverse. Will that...

Hale Stewart
Bond Market On Yield Curve Inversion Watch By Hale Stewart - Dec 16, 2018

Summary Markets formally on inversion watch The long-end of the curve has started to come in as traders see slower growth, lower inflationary pressure The short-end of the curve is rising; we've seen...

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