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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 ...

The S & P 500 fluctuated and the NASDAQ little changed after manufacturing data topped estimates. The statistics also demonstrated manufacturers are struggling because of supply shortages and ...

Welcome to the second half of 2020. During the first six months, the markets were faced with an impeachment, a pandemic, an economic calamity, civil unrest and perhaps the commencement of ...

Equities came under pressure, the result of trade fears and disappointing factory data. Treasuries also declined in price, the inverse of what was expected to yesterday’s events. Oil on the other hand ...

Wow! Yesterday was a volatile day. Commenting first upon the sovereign debt market, global sovereign debt markets were roiled by Japan’s announcement that it may stop purchasing its debt because of negative yields and begin purchasing “other debt.”...

At one time yesterday the rout yesterday in the two year Treasury—or the instrument most sensitive to monetary policy—was the biggest in ten years according to Bloomberg. The 10-year saw the biggest increase since November 2016. The catalyst for the selloff was three...

Trade and the ISM manufacturing Index weighed heavily on equities. There is little I can add about trade…it is fluid, a fluidity based upon a five word tweet. ...