Daily Market Commentary

October 15, 2018

Wall Street strategists from one core view: that the Treasuries yield curve will keep flattening into next year. Strategists at the FRB of New York's primary dealers expect the spread between 2- and 10-year yields to narrow through the first half of 2019.

Stocks staged a broad recovery on Friday as earnings reports from some of America's biggest banks gave investors something to cheer about at the end of a tumultuous week. The dollar and Treasuries were steady.

On Wednesday, EU leaders will discuss a Brexit deal, aiming to tee up resolution at a November summit. On Oct. 28, a second round poll will decide Brazil's Presidency. On Nov. 6, the U.S. mid-terms will deliver a verdict on the first two years of Trump's presidency, and chart a course for the next two.

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