The yield on the 10-year Treasury was down to 1.52 percent early Monday morning on speculation that Spain will need a global
bailout, along with continued uncertainty in the aftermath of the Greek elections. The 10-year had retreated to 1.66 percent after
reaching an historical low of 1.43 percent on June 1.
Meanwhile, after a very measured pullback that started several weeks ago, domestic equities shrugged off the European news and marched higher last week. The S&P 500 Index was up 1.34 percent. Read more now.