Daily Market Commentary

January 10, 2019

Treasury futures pressured lower, led by long end, following announcement of Anheuser-Busch InBev 6-part debt offering, which is expected to price in Thursday’s U.S. session.

The new-year rally in global equities stalled on Thursday as investors paused to draw breath following the recent rebound. Oil threatened to post the first drop in two weeks. Downbeat news from the likes of Macy’s and Jaguar Land Rover did little to boost the mood.

European Central Bank officials agreed that a cut to their 2019 growth projection in itself acknowledged that risks to the outlook for the euroarea economy had increased. That effectively allowed President Mario Draghi to avoid saying in December that the balance of risks was to the downside.

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