Is the bond rally truly over?

Market Pulse for June 10

COT Data

On the weekly chart you can see the posture of “big money” in the COT-TFF report. You can see how Dealer Intermediary continued dropping net shorts (bear), Leveraged Funds also dropped net shorts (bull), and Asset Managers increased net longs (bear). Overall this past week resulted in a bearish COT report, a change may be coming if Leveraged Funds become net long and increase this week to week.

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Proceed to Page 3 for this week's detailed fundementals...

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