Treasurys back from brink after weak Philly Fed

|By:, SA News Editor

A far weaker-than-expected read from the Philadelphia Fed - for the moment - is bailing the Treasury market out of what was shaping up to be an ugly day.

Following estimate-beating prints on jobless claims and flash PMI, the 10-year yield had shot higher by 6 basis points to 2.85%, but the weak Philly read has it back to 2.82%.

New Orders fell to 11.8 from 27.5. Shipments 5.6 vs. 20.4. Unfilled orders of -4.2 vs. 9.1. Employees 1.1 vs. 15.4. The future general activity index dives to 45.8 from 63.8.

TLT -0.3%, TBT +0.6%

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