The short-end of the corporate market has risen from 1.91% at the beginning of September to 2.34%. That’s a pretty sharp move for shorter-dated debt.
The 3-5 year section of the corporate market has risne from 2.36%-2.76%. But current levels are still below previous interest rate highs.
The AAA-10-year spread (top chart) and the BBB-10 year spread (bottom chart) are still very tight.
The JNK ETF is consolidating in a triangle pattern
The IEFs (7-10 year treasuries) are trading right around the 200-day EMA.
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