US 10Y TREASURY: no more rate hikes?

TVC:US10Y   US Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
Fed Chair Powell's speech in front of the IMF audience in Washington had some impact on the Treasury yields, but it seems that the market is still not ready to take another rate hike for granted. Namely, Powell`s hawkish tone on a possibility of another rate hike if the inflation “reaccelerate'' had an short impact on 2Y Treasuries which moved back to 5%, but the 10Y Treasuries remained relatively flat, which provided some market confidence that the Fed is finished with further increases of interest rates. It is also worth mentioning that the US 30-year bond auction was held during the previous week with the lowest demand within the last two years.

The 10Y Treasury yields were moving relatively flat during the previous week, ranging from 4.6% down to 4.48%. Still, they are finishing the week at 4.65%. Charts are pointing to a probability for 4.8% to be tested for one more time. However, a move back toward the 5% yield, is highly unlikely at this moment. On the opposite side, the next support line stands at 4.4%, which is also pending testing in the weeks to come.


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