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Levente Mady

Levente Mady

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • BondWorks

    Published 16 June 2005 | viewed 3,355 times

    The bond market traded in a remarkably resilient fashion last week, until Friday again. The economic calendar was light and of no consequence, the Treasury…

  • BondWorks

    Published 09 June 2005 | viewed 2,749 times

    Only one word is needed to characterize Friday's action in the long end of the Treasury market: UGLY - as in capital U, capital G,…

  • BondWorks

    Published 02 June 2005 | viewed 2,679 times

    Trading was subdued in the bond market this past week ahead of the long weekend in the US. That however did not stop Treasury bonds…

  • BondWorks

    Published 25 May 2005 | viewed 2,678 times

    Economic data does not seem to matter to the bond market anymore, bonds just keep flying off the shelves like they are going out of…

  • BondWorks

    Published 12 May 2005 | viewed 3,809 times

    We had quite a week in bond land: a truckload of fresh economic data, the Fed raising rates as expected, but messing up and re-releasing…

  • BondWorks

    Published 28 April 2005 | viewed 3,576 times

    Bonds just don't want to sell off. While shorter maturity issues were somewhat weaker on stronger than expected economic data, the long end of the…

  • BondWorks

    Published 21 April 2005 | viewed 3,841 times

    As expected, it was a quiet week with not much happening on the economic data front. Oil traded down and the experts told us that…

  • BondWorks

    Published 13 April 2005 | viewed 2,984 times

    Let's take a brief look at the big picture. While the Chinese and Indian economies are screaming ahead with double digit growth, major European and…

  • BondWorks

    Published 08 April 2005 | viewed 4,230 times

    First quarter down, 3 to go. While US yields have increased considerably in the 5 year and under sector of the yield curve - as…

  • BondWorks

    Published 30 March 2005 | viewed 3,023 times

    The FOMC raised another 'measured' 25 basis points for the 7th time in a row. While the higher rates were well advertised, the market seemed…

  • BondWorks

    Published 16 March 2005 | viewed 3,040 times

    The bond market got killed again this past week. As per last week's comment, the market's inability to trade back down through 4.30% on the…

  • BondWorks

    Published 10 March 2005 | viewed 4,290 times

    I must admit that this is the second time in a row that I missed a short term trading opportunity and it irritates me that…

  • BondWorks

    Published 02 March 2005 | viewed 3,277 times

    I guess we had some more trash writing from the PIMCO talking heads last week. As soon as these guys quit their whining about how…

  • BondWorks

    Published 25 February 2005 | viewed 4,123 times

    Below is a commentary published at Institutional Advisors on 21 February 2005. Well, pretty much everything that could go wrong went wrong for bonds last…

  • BondWorks

    Published 17 February 2005 | viewed 4,305 times

    Although last week was quiet on the data front, 10 year Treasury yields managed to temporarily crack the 4% barrier, trading down to 3.98%. As…

  • BondWorks

    Published 12 January 2005 | viewed 2,714 times

    Here are some of the issues from the big picture that will influence bond prices going forward: 1. Inflation might be relatively high relative to…

  • BondWorks

    Published 06 January 2005 | viewed 2,101 times

    Well, now that the holidays are over, it is time to buckle down and start the fresh New Year on the right foot. I am…

  • BondWorks

    Published 22 December 2004 | viewed 2,118 times

    We had a choppy week in bond-land as liquidity started to dry up as the week wore on. The Fed obliged and raised rates as…

  • BondWorks

    Published 01 December 2004 | viewed 2,305 times

    Interesting to note that what was advertised as a quiet US Thanksgiving week turned out to be official "back-paddle" week on a number of fronts…

  • BondWorks

    Published 25 November 2004 | viewed 2,184 times

    Originally published November 22, 2004. Okay folks, the story is the following: next week is US Thanksgiving and after that there will be 3 weeks…