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Mortgage bonds and Treasuries are down this morning on the news that President Obama said he will agree to extend the Bush tax cuts for two years to help support the recovery. Tax cuts have an effect on the budget deficit and may lead to further funding requirements (more supply).
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Bonds are up this morning following comments from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke last night on the television show “60 Minutes,” where he indicated that the economy is “not self-sustaining,” and that the central bank may expand the $600 billion in Treasury purchases in an attempt to spur growth (essentially, a QE3). This week’s economic releases will do little to move the market so the focus will be on Treasury auctions and Europe’s debt problems.