MARKET SNAPSHOT: Thursday, March 17

March 2005
Bond Buyer;3/18/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32093, p2
Trade Publication
This article presents information on market snapshot as of March 17, 2005. The last reports of initial jobless claims was of 3/5:328,000, the forecast indicates 3/12: 295,000, and the actual id 3/12: 318,000. Philadelphia Fed Survey, according to the last forecast, that is of February was 23.9, the March forecast indicates to be 20.8 and the actual for March was 11.4. According to the Thursday's data Government Securities Prices are 10-year: 9 69/32 to yield 4.47% up 12/ 32-year: 109 2/32 to yield 4.76%, up 16/32.


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