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T-Bond Sep '20 (ZBU20)

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T-Bond Futures Market News and Commentary

T-notes Close Lower on a Rally in Stocks and Strong U.S. Labor Market Data

Sep 10-year T-notes (ZNU20) on Monday closed down -2.5 ticks, and the 10-year T-note yield rose +0.8 bp to 0.572%.

Sep 10-year T-note prices on Monday erased an early rally as they drifted lower throughout the day and finished with modest losses. Strength in stocks weighed on T-note prices Monday, as did stronger-than-expected U.S. economic data. T-notes had opened higher Monday on an escalation of U.S./China tensions along with carry-over support from a rally in German bunds.

U.S. stock indexes rallied Monday and curbed safe-haven demand for T-notes. Stocks gained after President Trump took executive actions to extend economic aid as Congress remains at an impasse on passing a new virus relief package. President Trump on Saturday signed four executive orders, including extending unemployment benefits, a request for eviction protection, student loan relief, and a temporary payroll tax deferral.

Monday's U.S. economic data was bearish for T-notes after U.S. Jun J... Read more

Contract Specifications

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U.S. Treasury Bond Futures
Contract Size
Tick Size
32nds of a point ($31.25 per contract) rounded up to the nearest cent per contract; par is on the basis of 100 points
Trading Hours
5:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. (Sun-Fri) (Settles 2:00p.m.) CST
Point Value
First Notice Date
08/31/20 (20 days)
Expiration Date
09/21/20 (41 days)

Seasonal Chart

T-Bond Sep '20
Average Price Chart for 5 Prior Sep Contracts

Commitment of Traders Positions as of Aug 4, 2020

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Commercials - Long / Short
755,005 (+11,141)
648,921 (-11,015)
Non-Commercials - Long / Short
114,342 (-8,471)
263,961 (+18,811)
Dealers / Intermediary - Long / Short
9,898 (+1,274)
105,977 (-4,077)
Asset / Manager - Long / Short
532,335 (+3,569)
195,047 (-13,042)
Leveraged Funds - Long / Short
69,579 (-2,500)
387,773 (+26,291)
Other Reportables - Long / Short
54,515 (-1,527)
21,065 (-3,230)
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Price Performance

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
178-31 +0.44%
on 07/13/20
183-06 -1.88%
on 08/06/20
-0-02 (-0.03%)
since 07/10/20
170-30 +5.16%
on 06/05/20
183-06 -1.88%
on 08/06/20
+2-25 (+1.57%)
since 05/11/20

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The Barchart Trading Guide is a Buy Signal with a Soft Signal Strength.

Key Turning Points

2nd Resistance Point 182-12
1st Resistance Point 181-27
Last Price 179-18
1st Support Level 180-29
2nd Support Level 180-16

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52-Week High 190-07
Last Price 179-18
Fibonacci 61.8% 176-10
Fibonacci 50% 172-01
Fibonacci 38.2% 167-24
52-Week Low 153-27

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