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Rates Spark: Payrolls Day


  • It's that time again, where the global financial markets community swoons over the latest US jobs report. It's expected to be strong.
  • But often the market can ignore the number and instead use it as an excuse to latch on to a preferred trend.
  • In that respect, it will be key to see whether it is used as an excuse for rates to continue down, or to revert back up.

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By Padhraic Garvey, CFA, Benjamin Schroeder, Antoine Bouvet

When the 2/10yr curve very briefly inverted earlier this week, it was a moment where the 10yr yield dipped below the 2yr yield (and not the 2yr shooting above

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