Bond Yields Highest In 25 Months

05 Sep in 10 year note futures, 30 year treasury bond futures, 5 year notes, Blog, Bond trading, commodity trading, Eurodollar futures, futures broker, Michael Seery, options broker, Seery Futures.com

5 Year Notes—The Five-year notes sold off sharply for the 3rd straight trading session closing down 15 ticks at 118.15 trading below its 20 & its 100 day moving average as investors are rotating out of bonds and putting those funds into the stock market lately. The bond market has broken last week’s lows as QE3 might start to slow down with traders keeping an eye on the Monthly Unemployment Report which comes out this tomorrow.

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