Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Bonds Agree With Fed

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*Fed was on hold and bonds went up anyway. Job numbers were blow-out and bonds went up anyway.

*That tells us bonds agree with the Fed.

*It may mean the bond market and the Fed are both expecting a weak economy.

If the economy were picking up bonds should sell off after the Fed was on hold last week. Instead bonds went up. If investors were worried that the Fed is behind the curve then inflation worries and growth expectations would have driven higher yields. That they did not tells another story. Bonds agree with the Fed.
Bonds After The Fed
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