A break above 3.97% appears to be on the cards for the 30Yr Treasury, according to Cyril Berkouk of Trading Central, as technical factors compound to suggests a possible target of 4.67%
Clive Lambert of FuturesTechs gives his in-depth short and longer-term outlook for bund futures for 2014. This includes analysis of the potential formation of a significant head and shoulders pattern.
Michael Sacchitello of Stone & McCarthy Research explains how survey data, the COT report and chart analysis explains how extreme bearish sentiment is set to interrupt the long-term bearish outlook for US Treasuries.
Clive Lambert, analyst at FuturesTechs, writes that because the recent decline in the 10-year US Treasury Note was on very low volume, this suggests a move back to beyond 128 which also coincides with a major Fibonacci level.