Most are perplexed as to why Treasury yields are rising with such a poor employment number. The discussion is perhaps more intense than the one of the last three months as too why yields were ...

Wow! What a miss in the jobs data. Both non-farm payrolls and private sector job creation vastly disappointed. ...

August’s unemployment data is released today at 8:30. Will the release be of great significance? As widely noted, the Federal Reserve expects labor supply to...

Another bulge bracket firm—JP Morgan—is suggesting the 10-year Treasury can trade to 1.90% by year end. The Bank joined Citibank and Bank of America with a ...

FRB Chair’s much anticipated speech was not a watershed event. Powell essentially reiterated the messaging from the last FOMC statement and Minutes. If things evolve as expected, the Fed could start to ...

Both Citicorp and Merrill Lynch are suggesting the 10-year will yield 2.0% by year’s end. Merrill further stated this increase in yields will cause a 16.5% decline in the S & P 500 as valuations are...

There is a plethora of explanations for recent equity weakness; tapering, resurgent virus worries, rising wages, inflation, supply bottlenecks, option expiration....