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This past week’s slate of economic data that crossed the tape was of a more encouraging tone that kept the market’s bullish sentiment fully intact while triggering some much awaited profit-taking in the bond market. In what has been a relentless stream of fund flows into Treasuries from all corners of the globe, stronger reads on producer prices, manufacturing and retail sales triggered a fierce round of selling pressure that took the bond prices gapping lower while the yield on the 10-year Treasury Note jumped from 1.33% to 1.60%.

It seems the Fed is finally getting what it wants, a hint of inflation and a more confident consumer, some of which might be correlated to the recent decline in gasoline prices and the 11% spike in home mortgage refinancing data thanks to record low rates for mortgages. For bond yields, both here and abroad, we might have just seen the lows for the cycle. Last Wednesday, Germany became the second G-7 nation to issue 10-year bonds with a negative yield, following Japan. It would stand to reason that rates in Japan and Europe will stay persistently low until there is a sequential uptick in hard economic data, but the U.S. economy is in the early stages of seeing growth in gross domestic product (GDP) pick up. As such the recent rotation into cyclical market sectors is gaining validity.

What is key for market sentiment is that the big banks (JPMorgan, Citigroup, US Bancorp and Wells Fargo) all reported second-quarter financial results that came within target estimates and thus didn’t really disappoint, as many had predicted. The fact that the financial sector got through the week without derailing the recent rally bodes well for the bulls going forward. The major averages are technically overbought, however, so I expect the market will consolidate its gains in a sideways fashion, giving little ground, and then resume its upside bias. This is a classic upside market breakout that should broaden out and include all 10 sectors of the broad market over the next few weeks.

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In case you missed it, I encourage you to read my e-letter column from last week about how last week's job report benefited high-yield equities. I also invite you to comment in the space provided below my Eagle Daily Investor commentary.



Bryan Perry
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