- Treasurys actually accelerate losses following the Wal-Mart earnings report and its confirmation of a broad U.S. consumer pullback.
- The 10-year Treasury yield has carved out a new YTD high, up 3 bps to 2.75%. The 5-year is up 3 bps to 1.5%, still below its high of 1.61%.
- Later today comes more talk from the Fed's new lead dove, Jim Bullard, and a slew of economic reports - none overwhelmingly important, but taken together might offer clues.
- TLT -0.4%, TBT +0.5% premarket.
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Weak Wal-Mart report no salve for Treasurys
Aug 15 2013, 08:01 ET