(Bloomberg) – The lesson for investors who support the Treasury’s higher results this week was clear: There is a good growth story in line with the fears of the bite that bite the market.

It will be tough for the US economy to increase the numbers much stronger in the coming days than direct investors have seen. The results climbed more than 15 bare week points on extremely healthy manufacturing data and services, but the stamina shift was lost by the time of the strong Friday payroll report. The world lending benchmark rate has been affixed to around 1.6% and is likely to have reduced health barring declarations by health authorities that the crustaceans are fatal.

While inflation is ahead of next week’s economic news, it is likely that Treasury investors will not be concerned about all price pressures until the Federal Reserve does. And Chairman Jerome Powell is unlikely to show any change in the position of central bank patients – it is much more likely to highlight rising global risks.

“Clearly there is a lower tendency in results, and until some inflation is scared I think it remains,” said David Kelly, key global strategies at Asset Management J.P. Morgan. “The coronary virus could reduce global commodity prices, so if it takes wind off inflation.”

With regard to data that could be practiced by the Funds in the coming week, retail sales and consumer attitudes are expected to show that the US recorded increases remain intact. And while heavy supplies may typically put higher returns, Priya Misra at a Securities TD considers that the current desire for government securities can be a combined $ 84 billion debt of 3-4 debt. 10 and 30 years ahead to absorb next week.

Cap on Results

Misra, the pioneering strategy of the rates at TD, says that the 10-year result is limited by 1.7%, leaving more space than will emerge.

Fair markets could give more suspense, as indices can be disappointing close to highlights at the top of future earnings, Misra says.

“I look at profit margins and they are in decline – if we get scared of earnings, I think this reveals,” she said.

It seems that the mood will flourish in stocks – at least until Friday’s cuts – coming stronger with the strength in Funds than it seems, if it is based on the assumption that Fed, in Misra’s view, supports. This would price more than cut rate market pricing as early as September. The Federal Reserve Board said this week that the “new risk” outbreak affected the economic outlook for the United States.

“The reason that equity can do well is that the Fed has told us basically if there are bad things that they have returned, and if things are good they won’t be able to run it,” Misra said. “I think we are pricing this feed.”

What to Watch

Traders will also watch the results from the New Hampshire Democratic primary school for the latest reading on which the candidate is overriding. New York Fed will release new schedules on February 13 for purchases and repurchase operations from the Fund. This is the economic calendar: February. 11: NFIB small business optimism; JOLTS openingsFeb post. 12: MBA mortgage applications; monthly budget statementFeb. 13: Consumer price index; workless claims; average earnings; Bloomberg consumer. 14: Import / export prices; retail sales; industrial production; use of capacity; Bloomberg economic survey; business inventories; There are speakers at the University of Michigan everywhere, and the Chairs are on Capitol Hill: February. 10: Governor Michelle Bowman; Mary Daly, San Francisco Fed; Patrick HarkerFeb from Philadelphia Fed. 11: Daly; Powell addresses the House Financial Services Panel; Vice Chairman Randal Quarles; James Bullard from St. James Louis Fed; Neel KashkariFeb, Minneapolis Fed. 12: Harker; Powell before Banking PainFeb of the Senate. 13: Senate panel hear Fed nominees, Judy Shelton, Christopher Waller; John WilliamsFeb New York Fed. 14: Loretta Mester Cleveland Fed The first quarter coupon sale is taking place: February. 10: $ 45 billion of bills 13 weeks; $ 39 billion of 26 week bills. 11: cash management bills of $ 30 billion; $ 38 billion of 3-year notes. 12: $ 27 billion of 10-year notes. 13: 4-, 8 weeks bills; $ 19 billion of 30-year bonds

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