Below we highlight average estimates for the 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds Rate going out to Q1 '10 based on Bloomberg's survey of more than 50 economists. As shown, economists are expecting the 10-Year Yield to increase steadily in 2009, while they don't expect the Fed Funds Rate to move back up to 50 bps until the third quarter. By the first quarter of 2010, economists expect the Fed Funds Rate to be back up to 1.00%. It's hard to find an economist or analyst on the street that doesn't think Treasuries will fall after the gains they've had in recent months. However, just like oil's rally from $110 to $120 to $140, asset classes can move in one direction a lot more than most people expect.