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  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour ago

    [$$] From Housing to Stocks, Rising U.S. Bond Yields Are Being Felt

    This year’s rise in government-bond yields is rippling through the economy, affecting everything from mortgage rates to stock performance. Signs of steady economic growth and expectations for rising inflation have helped push the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note this year to its highest level since 2011, leaving U.S. government bonds paying more than the debt from other developed countries. Many investors believe those conditions will persist, with minutes from the Federal Reserve’s May 1-2 meeting showing that central-bank officials could allow inflation to overshoot their 2% target for some time.

  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bond Prices Jump on Dovish Fed, Trump’s Tariff Proposals

    U.S. government bond prices rose as investors reassessed the economic landscape following dovish minutes from the Federal Reserve’s May meeting and new tariff proposals from President Donald Trump. Yields fell below 3% Thursday, a day after minutes from the Fed’s latest meeting showed the central bank plans to stay on a gradual path of rate increases even if inflation meets its target. Muted inflation is good for the value of government bonds because it helps maintain the purchasing power of their fixed payments and can keep the Fed from raising interest rates.

  • Stocks book a loss as Trump cancels North Korea summit, energy shares sell off
    MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Stocks book a loss as Trump cancels North Korea summit, energy shares sell off

    U.S. stocks finish in the red on Thursday as a sharp decline in the energy-related shares pressured the broader market.

  • Cancellation of Korea summit sends stocks on bumpy ride
    Associated Press5 hours ago

    Cancellation of Korea summit sends stocks on bumpy ride

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks finished mostly lower Thursday as energy companies skidded along with oil prices. The market dropped after President Donald Trump said he canceled a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, but recovered most of those losses.

  • MarketWatch7 hours ago

    U.S. government bonds rally on trade jitters, dovish Fed minutes

    Treasury prices rose, pushing yields lower, on Thursday to extend their rally after trade concerns and minutes from the Federal Reserve’s recent meeting stoked appetite for U.S. government paper. The 10-year Treasury note yield(XTUP:TMUBMUSD10Y=X) fell 2.2 basis points to 2.981%, pushing below the key 3% level, according to WSJ Market Data Group. The 30-year bond yield(XTUP:TMUBMUSD30Y=X) fell 3.8 basis points to 3.130%.

  • MarketWatch8 hours ago

    Gold closes above $1,300 as Trump cancels meeting with North Korea

    Gold rallied Thursday, settling above the key $1,300-an-ounce level for the first time in over a week, as the U.S. stock market, dollar and Treasury yields declined following President Donald Trump’s cancellation of a planned meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. “It seems obvious that the spike in gold is due to the cancellation of the summit with North Korea,” Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter, told MarketWatch.

  • MarketWatch10 hours ago

    Mortgage rates march to fresh 7-year high

    Rates for home loans roared higher as investors sold bonds, setting up a fresh test for the strained housing market.

  • CNBC17 hours ago

    US Treasurys mixed as investors await economic data, auctions

    U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Thursday, as investors awaited the release of fresh economic data and Treasury auctions.

  • The Wall Street Journal22 hours ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bonds Strengthen With Rise in Geopolitical Tensions

    Treasury prices rose as an uptick in geopolitical tensions helped to drive investors into sovereign debt. Yields, which fall as bond prices rise, declined overnight as investors weighed uncertainty over a potential summit with North Korea, trade talks between the U.S. and China, and questions over the Turkish central bank’s reluctance to raise interest rates to combat high inflation. The resulting pullback across relatively risky assets—which pulled stocks in emerging markets and Europe lower—helped drive up demand for Treasurys, whose fixed returns look particularly attractive to investors when the outlook for global growth looks uncertain.

  • Wall St. ends up as Fed seen keeping gradual approach to rate hikes
    Reutersyesterday

    Wall St. ends up as Fed seen keeping gradual approach to rate hikes

    U.S. stocks ended with small gains on Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest meeting suggested higher inflation may not result in faster interest rate hikes. Most Fed policymakers thought it likely another rate increase would be warranted "soon" if the U.S. economic outlook remains intact, and many participants saw little evidence of general overheating of the labor market, minutes of the central bank's last policy meeting showed. Stocks turned higher after the news, with rate-sensitive S&P 500 utilities (.SPLRCU) and real estate (.SPLRCR) ending the day with the biggest percentage gains.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Treasury yields extend decline after Fed minutes

    Treasury yields added to their decline on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve released the minutes from its May 1-2 meeting. The 10-year Treasury note yield fell 4.4 basis points to 3.021%, according to Tradeweb data. The 2-year note yield was down 2.3 basis points to 2.569%.

  • Bloombergyesterday

    Fed Sees Next Hike Soon, Signals Modest Inflation Overshoot OK

    Federal Reserve officials said the economic outlook warranted another interest-rate hike “soon” and signaled they would welcome a modest overshoot of their 2 percent inflation target, indicating they’re in no rush to tighten more aggressively. “Most participants judged that if incoming information broadly confirmed their current economic outlook, it would likely soon be appropriate for the committee to take another step in removing policy accommodation,” minutes released Wednesday of the Federal Open Market Committee’s May 1-2 meeting said. A temporary period of inflation “modestly above 2 percent would be consistent with the committee’s symmetric inflation objective and could be helpful in anchoring longer-run inflation expectations,” according to the minutes.

  • Yahoo Finance Live: The Final Round - May 24th, 2018
    Yahoo Finance Video8 hours ago

    Yahoo Finance Live: The Final Round - May 24th, 2018

    Yahoo Finance's LIVE stock market coverage and analysis.

  • US 10-year Treasury yield to hit 4 percent by end-2019: S...
    CNBC Videos23 hours ago

    US 10-year Treasury yield to hit 4 percent by end-2019: S...

    Gareth Berry of Macquarie says the market is "sleepwalking" into a risk aversion mode.