For a 2nd consecutive day, longer-duration bonds are ignoring solid headline numbers on the economy and rallying, with the 10-year yield off another four basis points to 2.58% - within a couple of ticks of its lowest level since last summer.
The yield had jumped to 2.70% in the moments following this morning's jobs report showing 288K jobs gained and the unemployment rate diving to 6.3%.
The short end of the curve is a different story, with the 2-year yield gaining two basis points to 0.43%. Taken together, it's a flatter yield curve - maybe discounting some combination of Fed tightening and slower economic growth ahead.
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