While many agree that Treasury yields present a decent opportunity at current levels, there’s no lack of volatility in the market. After bouncing as high as 2.64 percent last Monday, yields on the 10-year Treasury fell as low as 2.45 percent late in the week. The 10-year begins what could be a slower holiday week slightly above 2.50 percent.
NEW: Brad McMillan, vice president, chief investment officer of the Commonwealth Financial Network, talks with Maria Considine King, vice president of practice management, about the Fed’s announcement of a reduction in stimulus. Brad also offers updates on China and Europe, as well as his thoughts on what to look for in the financial markets going forward. Click for the video.