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How does everyone analyse the US Treasury Bond and Treasury Note?

I have seen a pattern by when the Tnote increases the Tbond and USDJPY will fall, I was hoping somebody could shed some light on this?

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How does everyone analyse the US Treasury Bond and Treasury Note?

I have seen a pattern by when the Tnote increases the Tbond and USDJPY will fall, I was hoping somebody could shed some light on this?

That's a classical "risk-off" scenario:
People move out of the USD, out of equity and long-term maturities.
(Gold also regularly profits from such days.)

The inverse scenario is risk-on:
USD long, index/equity buying, longer maturities.

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How do you analyse the t-bonds and t-notes?

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That's spread trading. For the most part, Notes & Bonds track together, usually tick by tick. The price divergence we've seen between the two lately is not typical. It may be an arbitrage opportunity as you can bet most of the spread traders will be expecting the price gap to close. It would be very difficult to trade with outrights as you never know which instrument will fall in alignment with the other.

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do you analayse the tnotes and tbonds before trading the forex market?

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