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    BOND TICKER ™

    3:31 pm - Treasuries End Mixed The Treasury complex traded lower in a curve-flattering trade during a data-free trading session. The small end-of-day changes obscure significant movement within the ranges. An auction, improved hopes for Greece, and an equity sell-off were the main catalysts Yield check: 2-yr: +2 bps to 0.52% 5-yr: +2 bps to 1.34% 10-yr: +1 bp to 1.92% 30-yr: unch atMore...

    RATE BRIEF ™

    <p><b>Apr 27 2015 - Rate Brief</b></p>After a solid showing in the data for existing home sales, last week's economic reports ended on a downer. An unexpectedly strong headline durable goods report masked severe weakness in business investment demand, and new home sales repositioned themselves after three consecutive months of sales that were well above average.<br><br>Yields across the curve ended the week relatively flat as bonds rallied following some midweek losses.<br><br> <table style="BORDER-BOTTOM: #457696 1px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #457696 1px solid; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffffff;</table>More...
    FED BRIEF ™
    <p><b>Apr 24 2015 - FOMC "Puts" It to the Market Again</b></p>We're not sure the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) necessarily rode to the rescue with its latest policy directive, yet it sure took anyone for a ride who was fretting that the removal of the word "patient" from its policy directive was going to rock the stock and bond markets. <br><br>The FOMC did in fact remove the word, yet the only asset it rocked by doing so was the U.S. dollar. Everything else rocked and rolled. Stock, bond, and commodity prices dancedMore...
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