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Our Full Bond Breakdown report includes the 10yr US Treasury Notes.


Technical Spotlight - 10/4/21 30yr US Treasury Bonds (December)



Technicals: The trend following system is Short Buy Trigger: 163-24* Sell Trigger: 162-05* September 23 Settle: 160.-11 Bias: Neutral Resistance: 165-12***, 166-010 , 165-21** , 167-00*** Pivot: 162-11 Support:160-01** , 159-250** Initial Margin $4,400 Maintenance Margin $4,000 First Notice Date: November 30 Last Trade Date: December 21





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