|This email was sent to you by:|
Tonya W. Kenon |
Mortgage News Daily
Email alerts, such as this one, are a free service
provided by Mortgage News Daily. If you would like to receive an alert when important news breaks
please register to join our community
Econ Data Helps, But Resisting Breaks Into The Green
Posted to: Micro News
Tuesday, January 22, 2013 10:57 AM
The weaker-than-expected Existing Home Sales data provided domestic bond markets with their best boost of the morning. True to recent form, equities participated in the move as well with S&P futures falling on the news. MBS rose several ticks, but remain mostly thwarted by Friday's closing levels at 104-04.
The post-data rally for bond markets looks like it's encountered its most meaningful push back just after 10:30am when equities markets managed to put in their most convincing bounce. The stock lever has been well-connected during earnings season and in the absence of more substantial bond-market-specific guidance. But true to form, bond markets aren't following the same magnitude ebbs and flows of stocks.
MBS are 2 ticks off their highs at 104-03 and 10yr yields have risen merely from 1.8488 to 1.8523. Meanwhile S&P's have risen 3 points from their lows. Morning ranges continue to be narrow, but we've been in slightly better shape thanks to data.
More from MND:
If you would like to opt-out of receiving email forwards from this person please click here to remove your email address.