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The 10-year Treasury yield dips 5 bps to 1.76%, bringing its level back to where it started the...

The 10-year Treasury yield dips 5 bps to 1.76%, bringing its level back to where it started the year after rising as high as 2.07% less than a month ago. Stocks hang at record highs, dovish Fed officials are hinting about QE's end, and the Treasury market parties. Something doesn't fit. TLT +1%, TBT -2.1%.
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  • dancing diva
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    If you read the statements from the "dovish Fed officials hinting about QE's end" you'll find all their remarks are dependent on a better economy. Given the breakdown in economically sensitive commodities and what has been leading, how many people do you believe the economy will be much better soon?

     

    Too many people have been bearish on the tlt. It held support at the 114-116 level and now will test the 120-122 area.
    4 Apr 2013, 02:21 PM Reply Like
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