Could Interest Rates Fall Into The 3’s Again?

Inflation and interest rates seem to be hot topics in 2024.

So today we take a look at the 10 Year US Treasury Bond Yield (TNX) to see if it’s hinting at what’s next.

Spoiler alert: It’s kind of in no-man’s land. There’s an opportunity for lower rates but a broader consolidation may keep interest rates in a trading range.

Let’s check out a “weekly” chart to see what it’s telling us.

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$TNX 10 Year US Treasury Bond Yield “weekly” Chart

Interest rates have been in a slightly elevating flat over the past 20 months. So much for the non-stop rate cut chatter. However, if rates are going to head lower, the window may be the coming weeks. Why? Momentum is falling. And the 10-year yield is below its major moving averages.

That said, each decline has found support and the overall macro conditions may keep rates within this elevated plateau.

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