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U.S. Treasury yields ended the week modestly lower, led by longer maturities. Markets appeared focused on escalating coronavirus concerns, despite generally stronger U.S. economic data.
Stock prices have roared back strongly through the second quarter, as investors grew increasingly optimistic over prospects for economic reopening and the unprecedented monetary policy support that provided a strong tailwind for equities.
U.S. Treasury yields ended the week only slightly lower, masking the week’s volatility. Rates rose early in the week, led by longer maturities, when the Federal Reserve (Fed) announced it would begin purchasing individual corporate bonds.
Stocks snapped a three-week winning streak as markets sank sharply last week. Worries about an uptick in coronavirus cases, the Federal Reserve’s downbeat assessment of long-term economic growth and President Trump’s declining poll numbers all contributed to negative sentiment.
Positive risk sentiment boosted U.S. Treasury yields last week, led by longer maturities. Investors appear optimistic over an expected rebound in growth as the economy reopens.