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Market Pulse
Negative Yields: What Could Go Wrong?
By Market Pulse - Mar 02, 2015

Some central banks have cut interest rates into negative territory in an effort to eke out some economic growth, but the step could spur unintended, counterproductive outcomes. “Negative rates ...

Danske Markets
Negative Swedish Fixed Income   
By Danske Markets - Feb 27, 2015

There has been negative sentiment in the Swedish fixed income market for the past couple of weeks. Ten-year govvies have jumped around 15bp and underperformed both German and U.S. Treasuries. Our ...

Chris Kimble
TLT: Kissing Important Resistance Point?
By Chris Kimble - Feb 27, 2015

(ARCA:TLT) hit long-term resistance (red line) of late and quickly declined around 10%. TLT has rallied a small percentage the past 10-days, taking to the underside of a 6-month rising channel.This ...

Ed Yardeni
Why Have Sovereign Bond Yields Rebounded?
By Ed Yardeni - Feb 23, 2015

The U.S. 10-Year Treasury bond yield is up from this year’s low of 1.68% on February 2 to 2.13% on Friday. It started the year at 2.17%. What happened to trigger such a fast and nasty reversal?...

David Solin
U.S. 10-Yr. Yield: Near-Term Top
By David Solin - Feb 19, 2015

Near-Term U.S. 10-Year Yield Outlook The market is near its recent high and test of lots of resistance in the 2.15/18% area (bearish trendline and 50% retracement from the Sept high at 2.66%, 38% ...

Dan Faretta
Is The 30 Year Ready For A Bounce?
By Dan Faretta - Feb 18, 2015

Since October of last year the US 30 Year T-Bond rallied 15 handles up to 151. Since February the market has pullback about 4.5 percent to the 144 level. That is a very nice, healthy pullback in a ...