Daily Market Commentary

July 8, 2020

Treasuries are slightly weaker across the curve on low volume, with long-end yields higher by less than 1bp and front end little changed.

The virus set records across the U.S., with Texas's daily cases, Arizona's deaths and California's hospitalizations hitting new highs. New Jersey's transmission rate rose to the highest in about ten weeks.

The latest tensions are overshadowing a trade agreement in January that was meant to draw a line under the trade war and be a boon for business. Instead, differences between both powers are deepening right at a time when the world economy is facing its worst crisis since the Great Depression.

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