This report presents and discusses a dozen key bullet points for the Treasury market, and indirectly, stocks. Here are the first 5.
- Suddenly Treasury supply higher than TBAC forecast supply and there are signs that will continue.
- Indirect bids falling sharply on 4 week bills and long term paper.
- Foreign and international account purchases at Treasury auctions downtrending since 2009.
- Fed’s share of Treasury auction purchases rising since mid 2011. Question of more to come to be answered Wednesday.
- Treasury cash balance suddenly shifts from running greater than the same date last year to significantly less.
- And 7 more
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