MBS RECAP: Bond Yields Struggle to Break Last Week’s Floor

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Posted To: MBS Commentary

There were no significant economic reports or events today, and only a few newsworthy developments. The biggest of these also happened the earliest (yesterday night, in fact) when the White House announced the suspension of certain tariffs on China. Stock futures liked the news (after all, the threat of a trade war has been a big deal), but bonds didn't react much. As the overnight session progressed, a familiar trade took shape in European bond markets with core yields continuing to rally. Whereas that had been helpful for US bond markets on Friday, they were less responsive today. Both before and after the European rally, US yields approached and bounced at the 3.06% technical level (to be fair, it's more like 3.055%). This is right were bonds ran into resistance on Friday afternoon…(read more)

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