Core yields approach a short-term top

A short-term decline in US10yrs could push yields to 3.1% within the next two weeks, followed by what I expect to be at least two months of corrective price action. Several high-tension events that could spark the traditional 'safe-haven' demand and kick off the interim decline culminate on Monday, March 5th. With the longer-term trend active, I'm bullish on US10yr yields above 2.34% and think 3.5% could be seen by December.

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Weekly timing on, multi-month correction started
Never underestimate the fed and their cohorts. Some big player seems to be stepping in the last few days to buy at a volume enough to move rates, just when things get interesting. I wonder who it could be and how long can they keep it up till the market calls their bluff?
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