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30Y Yields Tops 3% As March Rate Hike Odds Spike Above 80%
March 01, 2017
An avalanche of hawkish Fed speakers appear to have got their way as March rate-hike odds have extended yesterday's move to 82% this morning. Bond yields are also rising, catching up to stocks after...
Economic News Hints At Another Rate Hike
February 15, 2017
Yesterday’s numbers on economic activity in retail and industrial sectors is a tale of two trends through January. Consumer spending accelerated to the fastest annual pace in five years while...
Thoughts On An Interest Rate Move In March
February 08, 2017
10-Year Treasury Inflation Forecast Reaches 2.0%
January 18, 2017
The Treasury market’s implied inflation forecast via 10-year yields touched 2.0% yesterday for the first time in more than two years as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen gave an upbeat assessment of...
Global Fixed Income: The 2016 Final Grades Are In
January 18, 2017
There is no doubt that 2016 proved to be rather volatile in the global fixed income arena. There certainly were many factors, headlines and events. Here are the final grades.
2016’s Bond Market Rollercoaster In Charts
December 23, 2016
Credit investors have been taken on a wild ride this year. From the lows after Brexit, to the Trump inspired bond sell-off, few could have predicted what was in store for credit heading into the year.
The Market Is Still Vulnerable To Disappointments
December 22, 2016
Close to 50% of the U.S. is still fearful of what Trump will do once he becomes President but, to judge from the reaction of the stock and bond markets, the other half is ecstatic. The question is, has...
Watching The Bond Market Next Week
December 12, 2016
Contraction In US Real M0 Money Supply Accelerates
November 22, 2016
In another sign that the Federal Reserve is preparing to raise interest rates, the real (inflation-adjusted) M0 money supply’s decline picked up speed in October.
Equity Investors Be Careful What You Wish For
November 22, 2016
Since the U.S. election two weeks ago, investors, worldwide, have placed enormous bets on a major shift in U.S. economic policy.
The 30-Year Bond Could Move To +5% Over The Next 5 Years?
November 21, 2016
We believe the 30-year bond could move to 5% over the 5 years. Jeffrey Gundlach predicts the 10-year bond moving to 6% during the same period. At some point along the way that will cause stocks to...
What’s Next For Gold After Election?
November 15, 2016
Gold lost almost $120 over the week. What is the reason for that decline and what does it mean for the gold market?
VIXplosion Slams Stocks To Longest Losing Streak Since Lehman
November 03, 2016
Treasury yields were mixed today with the long end up 3bps and short-end -1bps.. (with stock weakness and vol exploding, smells like risk-parity fund deleveraging).
This is the first time since Aug 2015 (and the china devaluation crash) that stocks and bonds both closed red on the month.
Another Update On Interest Rates And Yield Curves
October 28, 2016
You can be the best stock picker in the world, but if you’ve got the macro wrong you’re gonna get killed. Conversely, get it right and…
Udating Inflation Expectations Heading Into FOMC
October 27, 2016
The Treasury announced that today's auction of 5Y paper indeed tailed, printing at 1.303%, tailling by 0.1bps. This was the highest yield since May of 2016 when the same paper priced at 1.395%.
"Something's Broken" - VIXnado Sparks Total Chaos In Stocks As Copper & Crude Crumble
October 20, 2016
Double VIX Flash-Crash & Oil Spike Sends Stocks Above Key Resistance
October 19, 2016
Market Talk – October 19, 2016
October 19, 2016
A healthy start for US stocks as earnings numbers continue to beat, oil rallies (1yr highs) and we see the demand return for the USD.
What A Week: Bonds Battered, Copper Clubbed, Stocks Slide As China Currency Crumbles
October 14, 2016
Biggest weekly drop in US Macro data in 6 weeks... Yuan down, stocks down, bonds down, Copper down, Pound down... VIX Up, USD up.
Rate-Hike Expectations Are Bubbling… Again
October 13, 2016
“The probability of a rate hike is very likely by the end of the year,” advises Randall Kroszner, a former Fed governor. “Unless there’s some major shock, I think they’re pretty much on track to move...
Stocks Steady After Fed Despite JOLTS Slump, Crude Dump, VIX Jump
October 12, 2016
Treasuries reversed early losses to end the day marginally higher in yields (10Y worst +1bps); Bonds have traded in a very narrow range for 2 days.
Six-Sigma Services-Sector Survey Surge Sparks Buying Panic In Stocks
October 05, 2016
ADP weakest in 4 years, Factory Orders 22nd straight month of annual declines, Services PMI employment at 2010 lows. ISM Services (survey) had its biggest jump in history.
Bi-Weekly Economic Review: Who’s Hiring?
August 06, 2016
Retail and transportation and warehousing added jobs while professional and business services rose the most at 70k. A good portion of that category was in temp services which could be taken as a...
The Daily Shot And Data - July 29, 2016
July 28, 2016
Japan's central bank ended up disappointing the markets. The BoJ announced a smaller than expected increase in purchases of ETF's. There was no move deeper into negative rates and no QE acceleration.
Bond Basics - Why Trade Bond Futures Right Now
July 26, 2016
Most traders trade bonds wrong. Bonds need to be traded relative to other points of the yield curve.
Don’t Be Surprised By A Summer Doldrums Crash
June 15, 2016
The Daily Shot And Data - June 13, 2016
June 13, 2016
U.S. hiring has apparently slowed. Public US shares that have recently outperformed did so as a result of lower costs rather than top-line growth. Canadian labor force participation has been falling as...
The Daily Shot And Data - April 28, 2016
April 28, 2016
Japan's central bank announced that it will be: keeping the benchmark rate unchanged at -0.1%, keeping the monetary base target and delaying the timing to reach the 2% inflation target. The markets...