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James Picerno
Desperately Seeking Yield By James Picerno - Apr 20, 2021 1

The recent rise in Treasury yields is on hold for the moment. So is the normally shifting sands of trailing yields for the various components of the major asset classes, based on a set of exchange...

Stephen Innes
Stabilizing U.S. Treasury Yields By Stephen Innes - Apr 20, 2021

Stabilizing UST yields month to date gives investors more confidence in shorting the USD, but growth downgrades on covid-related setbacks in EM could slow this move. The USD sell-off itself is...

ING Economic and Financial Analysis
Rates Spark: Riding High By ING Economic and Financial Analysis - Apr 16, 2021

We blame the bond rally on geopolitical tensions, and on post-supply relief. It looks set to continue but deeply negative real rates lessen the pressure on the ECB to deliver a dovish message next...

ING Economic and Financial Analysis
Rates Spark April Bounce By ING Economic and Financial Analysis - Apr 09, 2021

We look through potential reasons for the April bounce in fixed income. A stubborn Fed and gloomy Eurozone outlook provide the best, if unsatisfactory, explanations. Upcoming US inflation data and...

ING Economic and Financial Analysis
Rates Spark: And We’re Off, Or Should Be By ING Economic and Financial Analysis - Apr 07, 2021

Does a 1.7% US Treasury yield look right after Friday's payrolls report?This is a boom period for the US economy. Granted, it is all about emerging from a hole of Covid-19 induced despair, but it will...

ING Economic and Financial Analysis
USD/EUR: More In The Tank By ING Economic and Financial Analysis - Apr 07, 2021

The EU is missing a bridgeIt is well documented that Eurozone fundamentals do not support the type of reflation trade that is gripping US markets. When asked, most of us would instinctively mention...

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