MBS RECAP: Bonds Ignore Econ Data in Favor of Next Week’s Fed Events

By Matthew Graham

Posted To: MBS Commentary

Bonds began the day in modestly stronger territory. While they spend a small amount of the day trading a small distance away from those opening levels, that time and distance was never big enough to cause any concern. In short, the “consolidation” we’d hoped to confirm by seeing 10yr yields remain under 2.92% this week has officially been confirmed. If you’d prefer to approach this from a purely empirical standpoint where we forget that the Fed is a big deal next week and that traders aren’t all robots, we could simply say that a slightly stronger Retail Sales report was offset by weaker performance in stocks to leave bonds to trade in line with opening levels by the end of the day. Whichever reality you choose to live in, the fact remains that next week has a fairly big…(read more)

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