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Update on the U.S. Bonds Market After April’s Inflation Data

April’s inflation data was another nothingburger. PPI and CPI inflation data met expectations, and coffee was removed from the inflation metrics. The data is heavily manipulated, and investors will remain calm as long as the Fed continues to act like everything is fine.

The 10 year bond yields have declined after today’s CPI inflation numbers. There is a green support zone between 4.225% and 4.345% for bond yields to rebound.

U.S. Bond Are Rallying

Since U.S. bond yields have an inverse correlation to bond prices, that means bond prices are rising as bond yields are declining. TMF has flipped the white trendline from resistance into support, and formed a bullish rebound off the $42 support line as well. The key resistance target ahead is the yellow trendline, $63.50.

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