Posted To: MBS CommentaryOne of the most important themes I’ve tried to communicate over the past 2 weeks is that the bond market is in the middle of redefining or repricing its relationship with the available data. There was a chance that 10yr yields would try to avoid a big break up and over 3%, but that chance relied heavily on risks that haven’t materialized–at least not yet. If they materialize in the future, we’d likely see the positive effects on bonds at that time, but for now, here are a few of those unrealized risks: The trade war hasn’t crippled the global economy, and it may end up looking more like “tough talk.” The “renegotiation” of NAFTA is a poster child for this. Global markets can look at NAFTA 2.0 and conclude “that wasn’t so bad… I guess I didn’t…(read more)Forward this article via email: Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.
Michael Ayoub, Author NMLS ID 6631