In the day just past, bonds built on the Tuesday's strength following a correction to the weakest levels in more than a week.  10yr yields briefly made it as low as 2.11% before consolidating in a fairly perfect triangle/pennant for the rest of the day.

In the day ahead, bonds continue fighting for more consolidation ahead of next Wednesday's Fed announcement (and press conference and updated economic projections.  While Fed policy will ultimately be a function of various economic variables (labor market, inflation, financial stability), the FOMC has a certain degree of latitude in deciding whether to approach its mandates more conservatively or aggressively.

The market's current read on the Fed is that they'll be more predisposed to aggressive changes (assuming they see evidence that suggests we're at risk of a slowdown).  Traders readily ramped up bets on such aggression last week, and it's a key reason for the divergence in stocks and bonds.

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Treasury technicals are mixed for now, with shorter-term momentum indicators giving off a potentially false positive when it comes to a shift back toward higher rates while longer-term indicators say the shift has yet to happen.  If you'd prefer not to concern yourself with such things, simply ignore the bottom portions of the following chart and instead consider that 10yr yields briefly broke above 2.147, but have otherwise generally treated it as a ceiling in the past 2 weeks.

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MBS Pricing Snapshot
Pricing shown below is delayed, please note the timestamp at the bottom. Real time pricing is available via MBS Live.
FNMA 3.0
100-12 : +0-02
10 YR
2.1150 : -0.0120
Pricing as of 6/13/19 9:21AMEST

Tomorrow's Economic Calendar
Time Event Period Forecast Prior
Thursday, Jun 13
8:30 Export prices mm (%)* May -0.1 0.2
8:30 Import prices mm (%)* May -0.2 0.2
8:30 Jobless Claims (k) w/e 216 218
13:00 30-Yr Bond Auction (bl)*