Daily Market Commentary

November 7, 2019

Treasuries remain weaker across the curve -- with 10- and 30-year yields near their mid-September highs -- after briefly stabilizing led by gilts, which jumped after two BOE members unexpectedly voted for a rate cut.

Filings for U.S. unemployment benefits declined more than expected to reach a four-week low, another sign that a resilient labor market continues to underpin the economy. Jobless claims fell by 8,000 to 211,000 in the week ended Nov 2.

Brazil's and Mexico's annual inflation rates remained subdued in October as central banks in both nations plan fresh interest rate cuts. Consumer prices as measured by Brazil's benchmark IPCA index rose 2.54% in the 12 months through October, while Mexico's annual inflation reached 3.02%.

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