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Bonds Analysis & Opinion

Michael Harris
Bonds Attempting Ambitious Triple Bottom
By Michael Harris - Nov 26, 2013

After a failed double bottom/inverse head and shoulders pattern that took some technical traders by surprise bonds are now attempting an ambitious triple bottom. Some turned bearish after the failure ...

Danske Markets
Fixed Income Market Watch: Sweden‏   
By Danske Markets - Nov 26, 2013

A quantitative run through of the Swedish fixed income market, starting with the Riksbank and money markets before moving on to government and mortgage bonds. To Read the Entire Report Please Click ...

Doug Short
A 20-Year Look At The 30-Year Treasury Bond
By Doug Short - Nov 22, 2013

In my periodic Treasury update, I focus primarily on the 10-year yield and include a look at the 30-year fixed mortgage rate. The 10-year Treasury Note has been around for a long time. The FRED ...

Chris Kimble
Huge Bond Fund Needs To Hold Here
By Chris Kimble - Nov 22, 2013 1

Several times iShares Barclays 20+ Yr Treasury (TLT) has created "double bottoms" that were followed by rallies. TLT may well be creating a double bottom at the 38% Fibonacci level at (1) in the chart...

Danske Markets
A Close Look At Swedish Bond Yields   
By Danske Markets - Nov 22, 2013

There were only small movements in real yields over the past couple of weeks despite a big decline in nominal rates. Hence, BEI rates have declined some 11bp, in a roughly parallel move along the ...

Ed Yardeni
The Percolating Bond Bubble
By Ed Yardeni - Nov 18, 2013

Presumably, among the risks of QE are speculative debt-financed asset bubbles. However, last week, Janet Yellen said, “At this point, I don't see a risk to financial stability, although there are ...

David Chapman
The Fed And Rising Interest Rates
By David Chapman - Nov 14, 2013

Charts created using Omega TradeStation 2000i. Chart data supplied by Dial Data What is one to make of the fact that in the US the Ten-year Treasury note has gone from 1.40% in July 2012 to 2.76% ...

Ed Yardeni
Return Of The Bond Zombies
By Ed Yardeni - Nov 14, 2013

I think that the 10-year Treasury yield could be in a trading range between 2.5%-3.5% through 2014 and maybe beyond. That’s mostly because I think that inflation is dead, and likely to flat-line ...

Amit Gaurav
Asia: Bond-Market Update
By Amit Gaurav - Nov 13, 2013

Below Data was due to be released Today:South Korea: Monthly Unemployment Rate data for October.Japan: Monthly data of Core Machinery Orders for September.South KoreaJobless rate rose in October as ...