The S&P500 moved in a range of 3070 to 3150 before closing the week at 3146–a gain of almost 2%.
The 10 year treasury moved in a range of 1.73% to 1.86% and closed the week at 1.84%.
The Fed Balance Sheet moved higher with $13 billion added to holdings. The previous week was $22 billion higher (just released also because of the holiday). This is a 2 weeks addition of $35 billion to the balance sheet.
There were a number of new issues announced last week.
SVB Financial (SIVB) announced a new preferred stock offering. It is now trading on the OTC Grey Market and last priced at $25.16.
Customers Bancorp (CUBI) announced a new fixed rate debt issue with a coupon of 5.375%. This issue is not yet trading and the ticker is not know as of yet.
Ford Motor Company (F) announced a new baby bond with a fixed rate coupon of 6.00%. The issue is not yet trading, but some folks have been able to buy through their brokers on the bond desk.
AT&T (T) announced and priced a new perpetual preferred stock with a fixed rate coupon of 5.00%. The issue is now trading on the OTC Grey market and last priced at $24.92.
Lastly, very late Friday non traded REIT Healthcare Trust Inc. announced pricing of a new perpetual preferred at a tasty 7.375%. The issue has not traded (that we could see), but should do so today (Monday) under OTC ticker HLTCP.