Rates moved lower Monday as uncertainty in Europe hurt stocks and boosted mortgage-backed securities. This morning the EU announced it will provide a 10 billion euro bailout to Cypress only if private banks in Cypress tax deposits at a 6.75% to 10% rate, depending on account size. The bank tax is hugely unpopular, and the government has postponed a vote until tomorrow to try to develop a more acceptable plan. Without the bailout Cyprus faces a high risk of default. No key economic data will be released today.