Yes, fixed income have rebounded, the 10-year yield is down from 5.30+ but its still up more than 40 bps in the last one month.
The Central Banks continues to hike, today Swiss National Bank move rate 25 bp and move up their inflation expectations, but still no one cares.
The think to watch today is the reaction to Goldman Sachs trading - they report better than expected earnings but in pre-markets the stock is down a 2.0-2.5% @ 228 from 233.64 close. Why? Only the Gods knows, but GS impact on S&P Index is pretty large as seen in the below chart.
Table I: Goldman Sachs & S&P cash index
I am hard at work at designing new monetary index, which includes todays new "liquidity" generators, credit derivatives and similar structures.
I can not put firm, factual gauge on it, but I am getting feeling the move in the long end of the curve is having some pretty dramatic impacts on the credit culture or the lack of it.
There is need to monitor the policy makers steps on private equity, hedge funds, credit policies etc. Most major changes in the market direction is driven from these policies, or rather the mistakes they create.
Yesterday's bill from senior Senators on China is one of those things which seems to finally get some political traction, if so... it could make world very different place.
CPI next market taking a slow day but keep close eye on Goldman Sachs.
YTD: +105 bp, MTD: +76 bp,
FX: Long US vs NZD, AUD and EUR
Fixed Income: Neutral from short.
Equities: Net short S&P again from 1530.50 with one ATR stop
Options: Very long JPY calls - and VERY wrong..