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    Bond Market Summary

    December 03, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    Long T-bonds have broken into single digit territory but not by much. However, all in all, bond market action was amazingly good in November, all things considered. Hold existing bond positions. Action on the deficit could bring a blow off move.

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    Bond Market Summary

    November 03, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    The bond market is back up trying to punch through its old peaks of June, July and September 1985.

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    Bond Market Summary

    October 03, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    A large trading range has developed which is likely to be unbroken for a while. Tactically, we would continue to use the 10.20%-10.40% zone (long T-bonds) for profit taking.

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    Bond Market Summary

    September 03, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    The cyclical bull market may still live, but the best of the move is behind us. 9% T-bond yields may be realized in the next year or so, but in coming months not much upside action is expected from current levels.

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    Bond Market Summary

    August 02, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    The cyclical bull market still lives, but the best of the move is behind us. 9% T-bond yields may be realized in the next year or so, but shorter-term not much upside action is expected from current levels with a 10.40%-11.40% range expected to prevail for a few months.

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    Bond Market Summary

    July 01, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    The cyclical bull market still lives, but the best of the move is behind us. 9% T-bond yields should be realized in the next year or so, but shorter term not much upside action is expected from current levels. Actually, a correction seems more likely, maybe to 11.3%-11.5%.

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    U.S. 10-Year: Not All In Sync

    June 05, 2015 BY Chun Wang

    · The higher-highs/higher-lows pattern since the 10-year yield trough in January is encouraging but the bigger test is the 225-230 area.

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