10Y Hits 2% As Boeing Order Boost To Durable Goods Sparks Risk-On

Tyler Durden's picture

Where ever you look - apart from AAPL (-0.5%) - risk-related assets are on another tear this morning. Following the better-than-expected (though totally noisy) goods orders headlines - which a mere scratch below the surface show to be considerably less exuberant than expected, EURUSD surged back up to unchanged, 10Y Treasury yields pushed back above 2% for the first time in 9 months, and S&P 500 futures touched 1500. Bonds and stocks are modestly recoupling but not as much as one would think given the 10Y shift. Meanwhile CAT is up 2.5% on a cautious outlook and BA is down 0.6% (as driver of the macro rally?).

 

 

and for a sense of bond vs stocks - there is some narrowing of the divergence but not as much as one would expect...