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Bonds Analysis & Opinion

Lance Roberts
Will Rising Fed Rates Hurt?
By Lance Roberts - Sep 23, 2014

Lately I've seen numerous articles and comments made that just because the Federal Reserve raises interest rates it will only affect the short end of the yield curve -- but not the long end. That ...

Ed Yardeni
Why Is The Yield Curve Flattening?
By Ed Yardeni - Sep 22, 2014

In a 9/9 interview on CNBC, Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO and CIO of Doubleline Capital, provided some very useful insights into the recent behavior of the bond market and its implications for Fed policy. He...

Petros Steriotis
10 Year: Hitting A Cycle Low
By Petros Steriotis - Sep 18, 2014

U.S. 10-Year Treasury Note futures with new contract and cycle low. Resistance @ 124.20, 124.40, 124.60. First support @ 123.80 T-Note futures, daily chart: Original post

Chris Kimble
10-Year Yields May Be Ready To Soar
By Chris Kimble - Sep 12, 2014

The Power of the Pattern suggested that interest rates were about to blast off in May of 2013, because it looked like a bullish inverse head-and-shoulders pattern in yields was in play. What happened ...

Interest Rates Are Finishing A Seasonally Weak Period
By  - Sep 12, 2014

The interest rate on the 10-Year Treasury Note has moved up a little since the beginning of September. That’s been a reversal of course from this year’s trend. Prior to now, interest rates had headed ...

Chris Kimble
U.S. Yields: Are You Kidding Me?
By Chris Kimble - Sep 10, 2014

When one looks at the yields on very short-term U.S. Government debt, yields on the 2-Year and 5-Year notes are up a big percentage over the past three years. Since 2011, the yield on the 2-year note ...