US 10Y TREASURY: pricing Fed pivoting

TVC:US10Y   US Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
There has been a lot of anxiety on the market whether the Fed will hike interest rates for one more time till the end of this year, as Fed Chair Powell mentioned a few months ago. However after the inflation data were officially released during the previous week, the market is currently almost quite sure that the Fed will not further increase its interest rates. Now the attention is switched to the question when the Fed will start to cut interest rates. Although Treasury yields expressed some volatility during the previous week, still, as of the end of the week they returned to the previous levels.

For the second week in a row, the 10Y Treasury yields were moving between levels of 4.67% down to 4.43%. Testing the potential for higher grounds showed that there is no market potential for such a move. Charts are suggesting that a short support level of 4.4% needs to be tested in the coming days in order for 10Y yields to find a new ground. A short move toward the up side is possible, however, not highly above the 4.5%.


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