Fed’s MBS Sales May Drive Down Treasury Yields

The Federal Reserve’s program to use the proceeds from sold mortgage-backed securities to buy long-term Treasuries may have a negative impact on latter’s yields, according to Deutsche Bank analysts.

  • 19 Aug 2010
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The Federal Reserve’s program to use the proceeds from sold mortgage-backed securities to buy long-term Treasuries may have a negative impact on latter’s yields, according to Deutsche Bank analysts. Analysts said that while the current 30-year Treasury yields are higher than the 30-year coupon MBS rate, the yields may be “vulnerable in the bear term to an MBS-driven sell off.”

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  • 19 Aug 2010

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