MBS Day Ahead: Bounce Risk Remains; Hoping For Pre-Fed Consolidation
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MBS Day Ahead: Bigger Picture Bounce Risk Remains After High-Risk Events . Jun 9 2017, 9:02AM All of our high-risk events for this week have come and gone, and bond markets aren’t able to justify.
Fannie 3.0s down 9 ticks on the day. last bounce off 104-16 and probably picks up a bit now with the break to 104-14 moments ago (but for the record, we’re back to 104-16 already). 2:01PM : ALERT.
There’s little left to say about today that hasn’t already been said in the earlier MBS MID-DAY. you hope it won’t. The remembered clarity of one’s crystal ball is of little solace after the bumps.
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Whiel we could see some sort of technical bounce or a data-driven consolidation of recent trading. so don’t hold out hope for much more if we catch a break in the next few days. MBS Pricing.
MBS RECAP: Best Levels in More Than a Week Ahead of CPI November 13, 2018 Comments Off on MBS RECAP: Best Levels in More Than a Week Ahead of CPI Posted To: MBS Commentary CPI (the Consumer Price Index) has been the most relevant economic report on the horizon since the balmy nfp report from 2 weeks back.
Looking ahead to the day, we expect the consolidation to continue with it being the first day of the week.. the sentiment around the spot remains supported by the risk-on rally in the Asian equities, especially with the australian asx 200 index rallying +1.20%.. but as analysts at TD.
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That’s been the level for the MBS bounce so far this morning as well. Volume is not what it was yesterday, but it’s certainly not "light." Whether or not it’s the most significant part of the day.
MBS Day Ahead: Bonds Digest Important Data as Range Breakout Begins July 3, 2019 Posted To: MBS CommentaryIn the day just past, the bond market finally made its first move outside of the recent consolidation range–a series of lower highs and higher lows that had been intact since Fed day on June 19th.
The risk-adjusted equally weighted model has been increased to 75%. However, the markets need to break above the previous consolidation range to remove resistance to a further advance. Such an increase will change model allocations to: 20% Cash; 35% Bonds; 45% in Equities. As always, this is just a guide, not a recommendation.