Monthly Archives: June 2009

Tuesday, June 30th 2009

Deficit forces California to issue IOUs : FT   Right … trying, then to move on … Month, quarter end (with mediocre) index extensions should continue to keep the Treasury market with a bid, and as we suggested yesterday, when … Continue reading

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The Mambo Bond Kings Play Songs of Yield

By Paul Kedrosky · Sunday, June 28, 2009 This is a funky animation of the U.S. yield curve swap spreads across various durations over the last few years. I dig the music Um, OK … and SOME ‘out there’ thought WE … Continue reading

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Monday – June 29th, 2009

Supply vs demand dynamics appear to be at work once again and we’re NOT in the mood to fight it. Not yet anyways. For now we’re gonna do more reading and thinking than trading. The WSJ does point out there … Continue reading

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