Treasury Bond Futures - Fed To Inject $1.5 Trillion To Save Markets

Treasury Bond Futures and their implied volatility are analyzed, as Jonathan Rose and Pablo Lucena discuss managing volatility and bond volatility in the futures market. Interest rate futures, or bond futures are a way that traders can follow the yield curve. With the federal reserve injecting $1.5 trillion dollars with the goal of putting a floor under the stock market crash. The Fed continues to decrease interest rates by buying bonds and the ECB is doing the same thing in the bond market.


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