FRANKFURT (Dow Jones) – The bond futures are on Thursday an increase in the trading started. The Bund futures maturing ICANN next month against 8.50 clock ticks to 124.34% 23. The day’s low is The day’s high at 124.12% and 124.44%. Thus, the only contract traded just below its contract high of 124.53%, 5 February. Been implemented to date are approximately 106,000 contracts. The BOBL futures rises by 17 ticks at 118.33%.
In his speech to the Congress Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke acknowledged that the weak labor market, only a moderate Economic recovery permit. He could see their interest rates for a long time at the current low level. This passage, against which it last been opposition from the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Thomas Hoenig, Kansas City was, it seems that it probably in the next Fed communiqué to be seen.
Reporting day a whole series of fundamental data are available on the Agenda. In the euro zone has been estimated by the DZ Bank in the first Line of M3 money supply growth and from the U.S. New orders of durable goods be considered. The annual growth rate the M3 money supply has recently been negative. In January, the might Money supply growth over the previous year have risen again. The Durable goods orders in January are likely to vigorously have risen.
Chart-the Bund-Future is the crossing of the Previous day’s highs now place up to the range of 124.50%. Good Support will be identified by technical analysts at 123.43%.
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February 25, 2010 02:51 ET (07:51 GMT)
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