US 10Y TREASURY: 3.8% would be optimal?

TVC:US10Y   US Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
The Fed has increased reference interest rates by another 25 bps, exactly as per market expectations. On a positive side is that the US inflation continues to slow down, which increases the probability that the Fed will soon stop with further rate hikes. At least, this is the current expectation from the majority of market participants, but whether this will be so, is to be seen till the end of this year. Fed Chair Powell promised another rate hike till the end of the year, while further hikes will depend on future macro data.

The 10Y Treasury yields reached the highest weekly level at 4.04%, ending the week at level of 3.95%. The level of 4% has been tested, but it was hard to sustain this level during the week. Based on charts, a reversal is still not over, in which sense, some lower levels might be tested in a week ahead. In this sense, yields might return to the previous level of 3.8%, with a low probability that 3.6% might be tested during the week.


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