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If Selloff was Technical, It's Looking Tired

In the week just passed, the bond market passed its equivalent of a kidney stone following through on weakness displayed the week before. I can certainly contrive to come up with broad implications for the drama (i.e. 10s up 28ish bp since June 14) and fundamental causation, but I’ll emphasize the verb ‘contrive’. With that in mind, the start of the big move coincided with ECB chief Draghi’s speech on June 27th (10s closed at 2.14% the prior session) suggesting that the ECB was going to soon embark on QE tapering. Add to that a steady spewing of hawkish-enough Fedspeak though not offering much more insight than has been available for weeks. Read more from David Ader's latest musings.
If Selloff was Technical, It's Looking Tired

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