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During the heavy economic news week of September 17, the 10-year Treasury yield jumped seventeen basis points, ending the week at 4.63%.
MondayNew York manufacturing missed estimates. 10TSY close: 4.47%
TuesdayThe FOMC lowered the Fed Funds Target Rate by 50 basis points. Energy prices pulled producer prices down significantly; core prices rose. 10TSY close: 4.48%
WednesdayAs with producer prices, consumer prices slid overall, but core prices rose. Housing Starts slipped. 10TSY close: 4.52%
ThursdayJobless Claims dropped slightly. Leading Indicators declined unexpectedly, but Philadelphia manufacturing soared. 10TSY close: 4.67%
FridayNo economic data was released. 10TSY close: 4.63%

Plenty of Data Due

Consumer Confidence and Existing Home Slaes are due at 10:00 Eastern.
Durable Goods Orders are due out at 8:30 Eastern.
Weekly Jobless Claims are due out at their usual 8:30 Eastern time, along with final revisions to second quarter GDP. New Home Sales follow at 10:00.
Personal Income and Spending is due out at 8:30 Eastern. At the same time, monthly Core PCE figures should be released, followed by the Chicago PMI at 9:45. Construction Spending and Consumer Sentiment finish the data week at 10:00.

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