MBS Day Ahead: Holiday-Shortened Trading Week Promises Little Inspiration

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In the week just past, bonds managed to extend the already unexpected gains that began on May 6th following a sharp escalation in US/China trade war rhetoric. Trade-related news continued to be a market mover throughout that two week period, and markets remain susceptible to "aftershock" headlines. Last Wednesday saw a flare-up in Italy/EU tensions revolving around the country's decision to violate EU budget rules. In general, risks to EU monetary stability are good for the bond market. There was limited economic data throughout the week, but logical reactions in general. That said, the size of the reactions was muted by the market's focus on geopolitical issues. In the week ahead, data will once again be limited with new and existing homes sales reports being the only notable…(read more)

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