MBS RECAP: Bonds Would Not Get Pinched Today

Posted To: MBS Commentary

If wearing some green is all it takes, bonds would have escaped today pinch-free. Treasuries and MBS began the day with just a token amount of green (i.e. bond market improvement), but readily found more after inflation expectations hit record lows in the 10am Consumer Sentiment data. To be fair to "token amounts," the rally felt fairly uninspired . Like yesterday, we would have liked to have seen a break below 2.48% in 10yr yields to signify stronger commitment to "the ceiling at 2.50%" in 10yr yields. Keep in mind, when we're considering the general notion of a long-term ceiling in Treasuries, we'll often be forced to sift through various bounces and breaks that merely "in the vicinity" of the ceiling. For instance, we're talking about a 2.50% ceiling…(read more)

Forward this article via email:  Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.


Source: Mortgage News Daily

%d bloggers like this: