“We are still keeping our bullish view on Treasuries. We expect to see Treasury yields peak soon.”
“(Traders) realize that markets may have oversold the currency and pushed U.S. Treasury yields too low on worries that the Katrina impact could hold the Fed back from lifting rates.”
“From the economic viewpoint, Treasury yields are too low. We are expecting robust growth in the first quarter and that will lead to a correction in the bond market.”
“We don't see the Fed stopping before the second half of 2006. We are recommending investors sell Treasuries before yields move even higher.”
“Investors don't feel safer buying bonds as they remain strongly concerned about a rate hike and higher yields. Surging Treasury yields will pressure Japanese yields to rise.”
“Treasury yields will go higher as investors are concerned about inflation. Money is going into commodities to chase higher returns and that is adding to inflationary pressures.”
“Pressure from bunds is working its way into the Treasury market. Bunds and Treasuries are moving hand in hand.”
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