Apollo: Non-Economic Factors Driving Bond Market
The U.S. 10-year real yield recently hit 2%, its highest since 2009. Despite a long-term economic outlook that has remained relatively stable, Apollo Partner and Chief Economist Torsten Sløk believes that non-economic variables may be driving outsized moves in the bond market, including the recent Fitch downgrade of U.S. government debt.
An Economic Puzzle
Over the next several months, U.S. price and jobs data releases are likely to create both confusion and debate about the state of the U.S. economy. Here are four factors to consider, according to CME Group Chief Economist Blu Putnam. View exclusive content and premium features.Create a CME Group account
Feeling Bearish? How To Prepare
David Stryzewski, CSA, NSSA, CEO of “Sound Planning Group” is feeling bearish and shares what he's talking about with his clients and other advisors, how he’s adjusting his allocations, and where he still sees ample opportunity.
What Factor Is Driving The Latest Curve Inversion?
The spread between 2-year and 10-year Treasury yields has gone from negative 39 to a near-term low of negative 65 basis points. What factor is driving the latest curve inversion? Insights by Jim Iuorio with TJM Institutional Services. Take advantage of premium derivatives content, tools, and alerts. Create a CME Group account
What’s behind the recent drop in 10-year Treasury yields?
Since trading at a 13-year high of 4.24%, U.S. 10-year Treasury yields have dropped to a low of 3.48%. Behind this decline appears to be a series of economic data points driving various sentiments. Insights by Jim Iuorio with TJM Institutional Services. Take advantage of premium derivatives content, tools and alerts. Create a CME Group account
A Fragile Outlook
After a volatile January for equities, bonds and commodities, Blu Putnam and Erik Norland discuss what they call a fragile economic outlook for 2022.