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Data to Bolster Fed Confidence to Hike Twice More this Year

Last Week: Interest rates traded mostly flat as equities advanced on the week, underpinned by signs that trade tensions between the US and the European Union are easing, solid corporate earnings reports and upbeat US economic growth data. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note rose 10 basis points to 2.96%, and 1-month LIBOR […]

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Last Week: Interest rates fell while equities firmed despite some midweek volatility surrounding North Korea’s missile launch over northern Japan. US 10-year Treasury yield fell six basis points to 2.14% on the week and 1-month LIBOR also fell to 1.2305% from 1.2388% the week prior. Oil dipped 80 cents a barrel to $46.75, the US […]