30-year Treasury Auction Strong With $13 Billion Sold To Public (None Bought By The Fed)

By Anthony B. Sanders

[Yesterday’s] US Treasury 30-year bond auction was strong. $13 billion were sold to the public  and none purchased by The Fed for the first time since the December 12, 2017 auction.


So far, so good. Despite massive Federal spending and projected budget deficits, Treasury auctions are going well.

The 10-year T-Note Volatility index (TYVIX) has declined to around 4.


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