MARKET IS CLOSED (Will open in 44 hrs. 15 mins.) Apr 28, 2017 16:59 NY Time
After yesterday's stellar 2Y auction, moments ago the Treasury sold $34 billion in 5 Year paper in what can only be described as a quite ugly auction.
We Have Seen This Before"
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If everything's so awesome, why are Treasuries so bid?
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We're Headed For A Major Crisis"
One day after an otherwise strong 3Y auction saw the biggest tail in months, moments ago the Treasury sold $20 billion in benchmark, 10Y paper which like in yesterday's case, saw no shortage of collateral ahead of pricing, trading +0.50% in repo.