Little, if anything, has changed since the onset of the government shutdown. Rates continue to be paralyzed by uncertainty, as market participants continue to fly blind without economic data data. There are a few events on tap for this week that can nudge rates out of their very narrow range, but even then, traders really need to see the employment figures (and other data delayed by the shutdown) before committing to a significant move in either direction.
This doesn't mean that rates can't get better or worse on any given day, simply that the magnitude of the movement will continue to be relatively subdued. More ominously, it can suggest a sharp move higher or lower when we ultimately break out of the narrow range.