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  • Squawk / 02 January 2019 at 11:42 GMT
    Seeking professional opinion on the yield development for the 10-year US Treasury Note in the short term, i.e.,until around 31 Jan 2019 OR 31 Mar 2019. After a plunge from around 3.25% to around 2.66%, I would like to get an opinion whether the sharp decline mainly reflects the currently many global economic uncertainties, or, mainly has to be interpreted as a long term trend in the yield rate, i.e., current US federal funds futures point to zero rate hikes in 2019 and therefore the yield naturally will further go down in 2019. In short, can we expect the yield to return to around 3.00% levels in the short term or it is recommended to adjust the portfolio to 2.50% or levels below. Thank you.
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    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Another excellent piece today Mike. Thanks for sharing.
    fxtrader78 fxtrader78
    Mike, what is your opinion on the AUDUSD pair? It went up to around 81c and now retreated back to 79c. As commodities may still be strong...
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    I think AUDUSD is heading lower with a move below .7890 opening the door to a test of 0.7745. The uptrend line from December broke on...
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