^TNX - Treasury Yield 10 Years

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-0.0090 (-0.51%)
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Open1.7310
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  • Meet the lonely economist who thinks the Fed might just leave interest rates unchanged
    MarketWatch

    Meet the lonely economist who thinks the Fed might just leave interest rates unchanged

    Almost all economists think the Fed will cut interest rates on Oct. 30. We found one who thinks they just might pause.

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields come off lows as investors take down key debt auction

    U.S. Treasury yields come off their lows as bond traders made room for the fresh influx of debt supply ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting next week, where an interest-rate cut is widely expected.

  • Stocks close higher after shaking off disappointing results from Caterpillar, Boeing
    MarketWatch

    Stocks close higher after shaking off disappointing results from Caterpillar, Boeing

    Stocks close higher Wednesday after investors digested a slew of earnings reports from some of America’s largest companies, including Dow components Caterpillar Inc. and Boeing Co., shares of which rose despite both companies reporting weaker-than-expected earnings declines.

  • MarketWatch

    New York Fed increases size of repo auctions

    The New York Fed said it would expand the size of repurchasing agreements starting from Thursday, as part of its operations to inject liquidity into the financial system. The New York Fed said it would increase the amount offered in overnight repo operations to at least $120 billion from Oct. 24 to Nov. 14., and increase the amount offered for longer-term repo agreements to at least $45 billion on Oct. 24 and Oct. 29. The New York Fed's actions comes after the overnight repo rate, or how much hedge funds and banks have to pay to borrow for short periods in return for pledging collateral such as Treasurys, rose so high in September that the Fed's benchmark interest rate briefly pushed above its target range. Since then, the New York Fed has regularly stepped in to prevent strains from resurfacing in funding markets.

  • He warned the Fed might lose control over a $2 trillion interest-rate market. Now he says it might happen again.
    MarketWatch

    He warned the Fed might lose control over a $2 trillion interest-rate market. Now he says it might happen again.

    Mark Cabana of BAML was one of the most vocal market participants who warned investors of the emerging strains in short-term borrowing markets well before it happened.

  • Stock market ends lower as new social-media bill and Brexit weigh
    MarketWatch

    Stock market ends lower as new social-media bill and Brexit weigh

    U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday as investors kept a close eye on a deluge of corporate earnings reports, increased pressure on social media stocks and a new U.K. vote on a potential path to splitting with the European Union

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields fall as Brexit deal faces some uncertainty after key votes

    U.S. Treasury yields fall Tuesday after traders say they closely tracked the progress of U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’ Brexit deal as it struggles to make its way through Parliament.

  • Existing-home sales dip 2.2% in September as buyers face limited inventory
    MarketWatch

    Existing-home sales dip 2.2% in September as buyers face limited inventory

    The numbers: Sales of previously-owned homes dropped 2.2% in September thanks in large part to the constrained inventory of homes for sale. Existing-home sales occurred at a 5.38 million seasonally-adjusted annual pace, down from a better-than-expected 5.50 million in August, the National Association of Realtors said Wednesday. Unsold inventory was at a 4.1-month supply, up slightly from August but down from the 4.4-month figure from September 2018.

  • Stock market news: October 22, 2019
    Yahoo Finance

    Stock market news: October 22, 2019

    Stocks ended lower Tuesday in a choppy session of trading as investors digested a deluge of corporate earnings results and continued to monitor trade and Brexit developments.

  • Stocks close higher; Dow’s ascent clipped by Boeing’s slump
    MarketWatch

    Stocks close higher; Dow’s ascent clipped by Boeing’s slump

    U.S. stock benchmarks end the session higher amid optimism over tariff talks and earnings, but a decline in shares of Boeing caps gains in the blue-chip Dow index.

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields hit more-than-4-week high

    U.S. Treasury yields push higher Monday as U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was prevented from holding a vote on his bill to break away from the European Union, presenting another complication to the deal’s passing.

  • Stock market news: October 21, 2019
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    Stock market news: October 21, 2019

    Stocks rose Monday at the start of a packed week of corporate earnings results.

  • Bank of America declares ‘the end of the 60-40’ standard portfolio
    MarketWatch

    Bank of America declares ‘the end of the 60-40’ standard portfolio

    Investors have long been told that the ideal portfolio should carry 60% of its holdings in equities and 40% in bonds, a mix that provides greater exposure to historically superior stock returns, while also granting the diversification benefits and lower risk of fixed-income investments. “The relationship between asset classes has changed so much that many investors now buy equities not for future growth but for current income, and buy bonds to participate in price rallies,” Harris and Woodard wrote.

  • Dow ends lower pressured by Boeing, Johnson & Johnson, despite good earnings
    MarketWatch

    Dow ends lower pressured by Boeing, Johnson & Johnson, despite good earnings

    Dow sheds more than 250 points after data showed China’s economic growth slowing further in the third quarter and investors awaited more signals from the corporate earnings season about the health of the U.S. economy.

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields edge lower as traders await weekend vote on Brexit

    U.S. Treasury yields mostly lower Friday as investors eye developments on Brexit ahead of Parliament’s vote on the weekend.

  • Confusion around Fed’s Clarida speech throws off investors
    MarketWatch

    Confusion around Fed’s Clarida speech throws off investors

    A speech by Fed’s Clarida, which was later corrected, appeared to suggest the central bank had made a sudden tweak to how it would expand the U.S. central bank’s $3.6 trillion balance sheet.

  • Why a strong dollar could be a warning sign in this market
    MarketWatch

    Why a strong dollar could be a warning sign in this market

    The strength of the U.S. dollar doesn’t help U.S. companies — but it’s the relatively perkier yields on U.S. government bonds that’s attracting more capital to the country

  • MarketWatch

    Fed's Clarida says economy facing risks while inflation remains muted

    Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida on Friday said the economy is facing "evident" risks, while inflation remains muted. In a speech in Washington, Clarida didn't say much about what action the central bank may take at its meeting in two weeks in light of the risks and low inflation. He stressed interest-rate policy was not on a preset course and policy makers would make decisions meeting-by-meeting. Officials would assess the risks and will act as appropriate, he added. The Fed has already cut interest rates twice this year "to provide a somewhat more accommodative policy in response to muted inflation pressures and the risks to the outlook," he noted. Clarida's comments represent the last public word from the Fed leadership ahead of the Oct. 29-30 meeting.

  • MarketWatch

    Dallas Fed's Kaplan says 'agnostic' on need for rate cut in October

    Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said Friday that he's not sure whether the central bank should cut rates at its meeting at the end of the month. "I'm going into the meeting open-minded, but I'm agnostic at this point on whether we should be taking action at the October meeting," Kaplan said in comments to reporters after a talk in Washington. Kaplan said he had been a strong proponent of the two rate cuts so far this year but now was open to the idea that the central bank could take some time to assess the economy and the stimulus from those two moves. The Dallas Fed president said that businesses were cutting back on plans due to trade uncertainty but haven't taken the next step of actively cutting back on their workforce. Asked about the market pricing in an 85% chance of a cut by the end of October, Kaplan said it was not his job to do what investors expect. Kaplan said that he had penciled in one more rate cut by the end of 2020 but said this could change. There are downside risks to this forecast, he said. Kaplan is not a voting member of the Fed interest-rate committee this year.

  • Leading economic indicators fall for 2nd straight month, point to slower U.S. growth
    MarketWatch

    Leading economic indicators fall for 2nd straight month, point to slower U.S. growth

    The U.S. grew more slowly in September and is likely to remain soft in the months ahead, according to an index that measures the nation’s economic health.

  • FX Empire

    Chances of Fed Rate Cut Rise on Weak U.S. Economic Data, Lack of Progress on Trade Talks

    With less than two weeks to go before the U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate decision on October 30, every economic report will take on added importance especially with the manufacturing sector weakening, the labor market showing signs of softening and inflation still coming in below expectations.

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields come off highs as investors raise questions over tentative Brexit deal

    U.S. Treasury yields fell from their intra-session highs Thursday as Brexit deal comes under question

  • Stock market news: October 17, 2019
    Yahoo Finance

    Stock market news: October 17, 2019

    U.S. stocks closed higher Thursday, as optimism over a Brexit deal was overshadowed by a mixed set of recent earnings.

  • The yield curve is no longer inverted. But some still see an impending recession
    MarketWatch

    The yield curve is no longer inverted. But some still see an impending recession

    Participants who see the recent positive slope of the yield curve as a good new for the economy and pitted against those who fear it signals a hastening recession

  • Jobless claims rise slightly to 214,000 in mid-October, but remain near a 50-year low
    MarketWatch

    Jobless claims rise slightly to 214,000 in mid-October, but remain near a 50-year low

    The number of unemployed workers who applied for jobless benefits in the second week of October rose slightly, but layoffs nationwide remained near a 50-year low and showed no sign of rising despite a slowdown in the U.S. economy. Initial jobless claims increased by 4,000 to 214,000.