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High Yield Bond Research - July 10, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on Jul 10, 2019 5:04:42 PM
JEROME POWELL SIGNALED A RATE CUT IS LIKELY IN JULY  citing the Fed will  “act as appropriate to sustain the expansion” despite global weakness and the ongoing trade spat.   “Manufacturing, trade and investment are weak all around the world ... We have agreed to begin (trade) discussions again with China, and that is a constructive step. It doesn’t remove the uncertainty.”   Gold rallied 1.33 percent following Powell’s  dovish remarks  and the major indices finished near all-time highs.  The 10-year note dipped 0.3 basis points .  S&P  +0.45%,  DOW +0.29,   NASDAQ  +0.77%
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European Bond Research - July 10, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on Jul 10, 2019 12:10:48 PM
INVESTMENT-GRADE BONDS edged out high yield debt in net prices linked to actual trades. The   UK economy rebounded after contracting 0.4 percent in April   expanding by 0.3 percent in May  lifted by a  jump in auto production.  “While all of this is ultimately   a temporary phenomenon, the   underlying growth story   doesn’t look a whole lot better.”  FTSE 100 -0.01%, German DAX -0.55%, CAC 40-0.10%,  STOXX Europe 600  -0.19%. The   10-year  Gilt rose 0.3 basis points.
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Investment Grade Bond Research - July 9, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on Jul 9, 2019 5:14:51 PM

BOND INVESTORS TURN BEARISH on longer-dated U.S. government debt following the release of asound June payroll report and reducing bets the Fed will cut interest rates this month.  Analysts say a prolonged inverted yield curve is a predictor of a recession and has foreshadowed the last nine recessions.  “It has to stay there for a couple of months before you start to worry. One month or so, we wouldn’t consider it a lengthy period of time,” said Falconio. “We believe it’s an indicator of a long-term recession, however, it isn’t signaling a recession any time soon.”  The spread between the two and ten-year notes narrowed to 14.2 basis points, the closest since May 31st.  The 10-year note advanced 0.8 basis points.  S&P +0.12%, DOW -0.08, NASDAQ +0.54%

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High Yield Bond Research - July 9, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on Jul 9, 2019 5:10:55 PM
BOND INVESTORS TURN BEARISH  on longer-dated U.S. government debt following the release of a sound June payroll report  and reducing bets the Fed will cut interest rates this month.  Analysts say a prolonged  inverted yield curve is a predictor of a recession  and has foreshadowed the last nine recessions.    “It has to stay there for a couple of months before you start to worry. One month or so, we wouldn’t consider it a lengthy period of time,” said Falconio. “ We believe it’s an indicator of a long-term recession, however, it isn’t signaling a recession any time soon.”    The spread between the two and ten-year notes narrowed to 14.2 basis points, the closest since May 31st.   The 10-year note advanced 0.8 basis points .  S&P  +0.12%,  DOW -0.08,   NASDAQ  +0.54%
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European Bond Research - July 9, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on Jul 9, 2019 12:04:54 PM
RETAIL SALES SLUMP IN BRITAIN rising at their   slowest average pace on record  in the twelve trailing months,   reporting a dismal 0.6 percent growth  Low unemployment  has kept the economy afloat placing money into pockets of consumers however, they are   reluctant to reach in and spend it.  “ Overall, the picture is bleak: rising real wages have failed to translate into higher spending as ongoing Brexit uncertainty led consumers to put off non-essential purchases.”   FTSE 100 -0.20%,  German DAX -0.88%,  CAC 40  -0.30%,  STOXX Europe 600  -0.54%.  The   10-year  Gilt rose 0.2 basis points.
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Investment Grade Bond Research - July 8, 2019

Posted by Andrew Robartes on Jul 8, 2019 5:12:35 PM

U.S. STOCKS FELL TODAY, but all three major indices remain near record highs. Despite news of above-expected job growth in June, many investors anticipate an interest-rate cut at the end of the month, driving stock prices up. 10-Year Treasury yields fell 1.5 basis points as global investors continue to move into U.S. Government Bonds. S&P -0.48%, DOW -0.43%, NASDAQ -0.78%

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High Yield Bond Research - July 8, 2019

Posted by Andrew Robartes on Jul 8, 2019 5:09:47 PM
U.S. STOCKS FELL TODAY, but all three major indices  remain near record highs. Despite news of above-expected job growth in June, many investors anticipate an interest-rate cut at the end of the month , driving stock prices up. 10-Year Treasury yields   fell 1.5 basis points  as global investors continue to move into U.S. Government Bonds. S&P -0.48%, DOW -0.43%, NASDAQ -0.78%.
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European Bond Research - July 8, 2019

Posted by Anna Pickett on Jul 8, 2019 4:20:09 PM
IRELAND IS UNER PRESSURE FROM EU MEMBER STATES  to detail how it plans to keep its   border with Northern Ireland open  and remain a fully   compliant member of the EU's single market  as no-deal Brexit is on the horizon;   Prime Minister Leo Varadkar  says it would be   difficult but possible. Philip Rycroft, who resigned as the permanent secretary of the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU), says   everyone should be worried about a no-deal situation  "because that is a very major change and it would be a very   abrupt change to our major trading relationship."
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Investment Grade Bond Research - July 5, 2019

Posted by Andrew Robartes on Jul 5, 2019 5:15:00 PM

THE U.S. ADDED 224,000 JOBS in June according the Department of Labor, surpassing the expected gain of 170,000. News of the report has eased economic worry and will likely affect the Federal Reserve’s decision to lower interest rates this month. As of now, some analysts predict a cut will happen later this year while others maintain there will be a 25-basis point cut at the end of the month. S&P -0.18%, DOW -0.16%, NASDAQ -0.10%.

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High Yield Bond Research - July 5, 2019

Posted by Andrew Robartes on Jul 5, 2019 5:10:00 PM
THE U.S. ADDED 224,000 JOBS  in June according the  Department of Labor, surpassing the   expected gain of 170,000. News of the report has   eased economic worry  and will likely affect the Federal Reserve’s decision   to lower interest rates this month. As of now, some analysts predict a   cut will happen later   this year  while others maintain there will be a   25-basis point cut at the end of the month.   S&P -0.18%,  DOW -0.16%,  NASDAQ  -0.10%
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