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Bonds Analysis & Opinion

Chris Ciovacco
Bonds May Be Key Bear-Market 'Tell' By Chris Ciovacco - Jan 06, 2016

Since maximum fear in the financial markets tends to create demand for safer-haven bonds, the chart of long-term Treasuries (N:TLT) should be helpful from a risk-assessment perspective. If stocks ...

Eric De Groot
Review Of US 10-Year Bonds By Eric De Groot - Dec 27, 2015

A series of interest rates cuts and a reduction in reserve requirements by China and numerous 'competitive' currency devaluations, suggest not only a quiet panic behind the velvet ropes of leadership ...

Gordon Long
Something Is Burning In High Yield Corporates By Gordon Long - Dec 24, 2015

John Rubino and Gordon T Long discuss the alarming developments in the Junk (High Yield) Bond market. John was warning on his last appearance on Macro Analytics about the things he was seeing, while ...

Chris Kimble
Junk Bonds Vs. The Broad Market By Chris Kimble - Dec 21, 2015

No doubt junk bonds have tanked over the past two years, diverging against the S&P 500. Historically, when Junk is weak the broad market tends to struggle to move much to the upside. Junk-bond ...

Jesse Felder
What Junk-Bond Rout? By Jesse Felder - Dec 18, 2015

There's an ongoing debate about the current state of the junk-bond market and what it means for equities and, more broadly, the economy. Spreads on the junkiest of junk bonds have recently moved to ...

David Solin
U.S. 10 Year Yield: An Important Topping By David Solin - Dec 17, 2015

Near term U.S. 10-Year note yield outlook: More choppy trade from the Nov 9th high at 2.38% and is seen as an important topping. In the bigger picture, the upmove from the Jan low at 1.64% to the Jun ...

Marc Chandler
Treasury Yields And Fed Hikes By Marc Chandler - Dec 16, 2015

The Fed's targeted inflation measure, the core PCE deflator, stood at 1.3%, well below the 2% target. They see the fresh sell-off in oil prices and are more concerned disinflation than inflation. ...