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U.S. 10-Year Treasury Notes (USTNote_H7) with delivery on March 2017 declined slightly after the beginning of the new trading week as the price retreated down to mid support level at $124.50 but remained above the 50, 100 and 200 SMAs on the 4-hour chart. We expect, in short term period, a rebound from the support level at $124.50 and rise further with the first target be $124.88, which we believe will be easily overcome and attempt to reach the $125.20 level. However, a move below $124.40 will nullify the forecast for rising and open the way for $123.80.

A look over the MACD is showing that the indicator is rising over the zero line with expectations for an increase. In overall, the 10-Year T-Notes are traded in a wide range between $123.73 and $125.53 and breaking one of those levels may show a clear picture for the larger period.

USTNote H7H420.02.2017

U.S. 10-Year Treasury Notes (USTNote_H7) with delivery on March 2017 consolidate just below the resistance level at 124.30. The bears continue to have the upper hand on the price and in the short-term period, we may see the selling pressure increasing, pushing the price towards the support level at 123.55. The 50, 100 and 200 SMAs, on the 4-hour chart, are above the price, which is adding to the odds for further decline. MACD declines below the zero line indicating the sell-off continuation as well as RSI which is sloping down near to the 30 line.

In opposite scenario, if the price increases sharply and the market breaks over 124.65, we may see a rising with target the resistance level at 125.40. 

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Euro-Bund Futures Bund_H7 with delivery at March 2017 declined during Monday’s trading session and the price reached the support zone at 163.73. The price is forming a downtrend channel and during the next hours, we expect that the selling pressure will increase and perhaps we will see a further price decline towards 163.10.

MACD is sitting just below the zero line, raising the odds

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U.S. 10-year Treasury Notes (USTNote_H7) with delivery on March 2017 is declining towards the support level at 124.85. A break below 124.91 is confirmed by the so-called ‘inside bar’ technical formation. We expect during the next hours a further decline in the bond with target the 124.30 barrier. The rising of the three SMAs (50, 100 and 200 SMAs) show that this market may enter in a sideways

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Wednesday, 01 February 2017 08:13

USTNote_H7 More Decline is Expected

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U.S. Treasury notes with delivery on March 2017 declined after the rejection of the 124.65 resistance level, forming lower highs and signaling that in the short-term, will continue to lose positions. During the next few days, we expect possible test of the level 124.35 – near to the downtrend line and a price movement towards the support at 123.65. A look at the technical indicators shows a

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U.S. 10-Year Treasury Notes with delivery on March 2017 are traded just below the horizontal resistance level at 124.54 and below the uptrend line connecting the bottoms from December 15 and December 28, 2016. On January 19, 2017, the price broke below the diagonal support and made a pullback to retest the diagonal resistance, submitting signals for new a possible decline. In the short-term

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