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Treasuries: The Dog that Did not Bark

April 16, 2021
Overview: Like the dog that did not bark, the long-term US yields tumbled despite data that confirms the acceleration of the US economy and labor market.  The  10- and 30-year bond yields fell by the most since the end of February (~8.5 bp) and are little changed today.  European benchmark yields are 2-3 bp higher.  The greenback finished mostly s…
Treasuries: The Dog that Did not Bark Treasuries:  The Dog that Did not Bark Reviewed by Marc Chandler on April 16, 2021 Rating: 5
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Data To Show Surging US Growth, but is that Enough to Lend the Dollar Support? Data To Show Surging US Growth, but is that Enough to Lend the Dollar Support? Reviewed by Marc Chandler on April 15, 2021 Rating: 5
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The Greenback Continues to Trade Heavily

April 14, 2021
Overview:  US officials called for a pause in the J&J vaccine, and the company has delayed the roll out in Europe.  The market seems to be looking past what appears to be an abundance of caution that now looks to last a few days.  Risk-taking appetites have barely been impacted.  Most equity markets are firmer today.  In the Asia Pacific regio…
The Greenback Continues to Trade Heavily The Greenback Continues to Trade Heavily Reviewed by Marc Chandler on April 14, 2021 Rating: 5
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US CPI to Surge, but is it All Base Effect?

April 13, 2021
Overview:  The US raised $207 bln yesterday by selling bills and coupons with little fanfare.  The bid-cover on the three-year and 10-year sales were a little softer than at the last auctions. Today, the US will sell $24 bln 30-year bonds, a few hours after news that is expected to show that CPI accelerated to its highest level since early last ye…
US CPI to Surge, but is it All Base Effect? US CPI to Surge, but is it All Base Effect? Reviewed by Marc Chandler on April 13, 2021 Rating: 5
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Capital Markets Look for Direction

April 12, 2021
Overview: Risk appetites have not returned from the weekend.  Equities are heavy, and bond yields softer.  The dollar is drifting lower in Europe.  China's unusually candid admission of the shortcomings of its vaccine and record new cases in India saw all the equity markets in the region fall.  Only South Korea and Taiwan escaped the carnage t…
Capital Markets Look for Direction Capital Markets Look for Direction Reviewed by Marc Chandler on April 12, 2021 Rating: 5
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