Author: Nathan J. Rowader
April 10, 2017
Category: Quantitative Insights
What to Note: The 10-year Treasury Bond bounced off a low rate of 2.34%, which remains inside the recent 2.31% and 2.62% bands. The rate increased a few basis points, but markets did not rotate into inflationary asset classes like stocks and commodities. We think it is important to continue to keep an eye on this interest-rate range for further indications of market directions. However, for now there has been no major change.