Part 1 of a primer on 'residual seasonality,' an issue fast becoming important to capital markets.
Rates will stay low until Europe is fixed.
And look for further fireworks next week with Greece.
There are also a few reported deals to keep an eye on.
New starts rise may be more of a snap back than sustainable upturn. 
1Q GDP was reported in a disparate range, between 0.2% and 2%.
For the Fed to raise rates, the data has to cooperate and it's not.
The increase reflects both declining demand and rising GDP.
But there's no reason for the Fed to raise rates at this time.
Most of the correction from their cyclical peaks is over.

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