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  • Apr 17, 2017, 11:55 AM

    Showdown: The Fed Vs. The Bond Market

    Showdown:  The Fed Vs. The Bond Market

    It's a showdown at the 'O.K. Corral', with the Federal Reserve on one side and the massive bond market on the other side.  They have both taken positions, dug in their heels and for the first time in a long while they are staring each other down.  It's not common we see divergences between these two factions, but that is indeed what we have currently.  The stakes are high.  Investors and traders are watching both sides carefully, but for now there is no clue - and that is why[...]

  • Market News | Aug 18, 2015, 11:46 AM

    2011 Debt Downgrade:  The Economic Collapse that Wasn't

    2011 Debt Downgrade:  The Economic Collapse that Wasn't

    Remember that shocking moment four years ago when ratings agencies had the gall to downgrade the US debt rating from AAA to AA? It felt like the “shot heard round the world” as other countries sat up and took notice. The reason for the downgrade was more political than anything else, of course. The debt ceiling crisis was blamed, and so was the lack of a plan by Congress and the President to deal with the burgeoning debt. The ratings agencies weren’t buying another[...]

  • VIX | Blogging Options | Trader Talk | Mar 17, 2015, 11:59 AM

    CBOE Mid-Day Update 3.17.15

    CBOE Mid-Day Update 3.17.15

    Volatility as an asset class CBOE Interest Rate 5 Year Note (FVX) is recently down 1.1% to 15.51 into Wednesday’s FOMC policy meeting decision CBOE Interest Rate 10-year T-Note (TNX) is recently down 1.9% to $20.59 compared to its 10-day moving average of 21.27. CBOE 30-Year Treasury Bond (TYX) closed is recently down 2.3% to 26.16; compared to its 10-day moving average of 27.14. CBOE/CBOT 10-year U.S. Treasury Note Volatility Index (VXTYN) down 0.51% to 5.80 cboe.com/VXTYN CBOE EuroCurrency[...]