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NEW Concocting a Narrative to Fit The Market Movement
NEW Negative Momentum Intact. Blame Europe?
NEW Relatively Sharp Losses, but Nothing Special in The Bigger Picture
NEW Limited Calendar, But Less Limited Than Last Week
NEW The 11-Day Weekend is Now Official
NEW A Great Case For Durable Goods Irrelevance
NEW Sleepy Bonds Rudely Roused by Surprisingly Strong Econ Data
NEW Super Sideways Overnight and Little-Changed After Jobless Claims
NEW No Major Reaction to Fed Minutes
NEW Mass Panic as 10yr Yields Lose Almost 4bps
NEW No Fireworks Expected From Fed Minutes
NEW Bonds Unfazed By Fed Tone Shift
NEW Mostly Flat After Initial Weakness
NEW Slightly Weaker to Start Super Slow Week
NEW Moderate, Inconsequential Weakness
NEW 11 Day Weekend Starts Now
NEW Gradual Weakness All Day And a Quieter Calendar Ahead
NEW Back to Boring
NEW Like The Last CPI Never Even Happened
NEW CPI Perfectly Matches Expectations, Making For The Lowest Possible Volatility
NEW Bonds Ready to go Big in Either Direction
NEW Big Miss in PPI Making For an Interesting Morning
NEW What You See Today Won't Necessarily Be What You See Tomorrow
NEW High Stakes Week With CPI and Retail Sales on Wednesday
NEW Higher Inflation Expectations Keep Yields Range-Bound
NEW Every Bit as Sideways as it Should Have Been
NEW Bonds Boosted by Data and Well-Received Auction
NEW Claims Make For "Nice" Start, But It's a Drop in a Much Bigger Bucket
NEW Token Pull Back Keeps Things Boring
NEW Slightly Weaker Start Ahead of Afternoon Treasury Auction
NEW Strong in The AM, Weaker in The PM
NEW Overseas Markets Return (To Buy Bonds)
NEW Uneventful Start to What May be an Uneventful Week
NEW Everything is a Sideshow Until May 15th
NEW Bonds Hold On to NFP-Driven Gains Despite Some Push-Back
NEW Stronger Start For Bonds After Cooler Jobs Report
NEW Counterintuitive Rally And Asymmetric Risk
NEW Placeholder Day Ahead of Jobs Report
NEW Decent Data and Palatable Powell
NEW Old vs New Fed Statement With Changes Highlighted
NEW ADP and Treasury Refunding Announcement Do No Harm
NEW More Ammo For Unfriendly Fed, But Data is at Least as Important
NEW More Data, More Inflation, More Weakness in Bonds
NEW Decent Resilience in Spite of a Few Headwinds
NEW Stronger Start Despite Yen Intervention. Busy Week Ahead
NEW Decent Recovery After Friday's PCE Numbers Clarify Thursday's PCE Numbers
NEW Deep Dive on Thursday and Friday's PCE Discrepancy and Market Reaction
NEW Bonds Rattled By Surprisingly Big Beat in Spending Data
NEW Quarterly PCE Data Causing Concern Over Tomorrow's Monthly Numbers
NEW Uneventfully Weaker Regardless of Durable Goods Data