All Attention on Housing
After a sharply lower open yesterday, stocks edged forward in the first hour and continued a steady climb throughout the day to end roughly 0.50% higher. Meantime, yields on Treasuries actually fell, with the 5-year bill ending the day 5 basis points lower at 2.40% and the 10 year note ending the day 3 basis points lower at 3.66%.
On Tuesday morning ahead of key housing data, markets are mixed but mostly sideways near yesterday's closing marks.
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