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  • TheStreet.com1 hour ago

    Jerome Powell Heads to Capitol Hill as Market's Best Recession Gauge Blinks Red

    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will begin his first of two days of testimony to lawmakers on Capitol Hill Tuesday in Washington, but while tech stocks have driven the Nasdaq to fresh record highs, and the economy looks to record its best quarterly growth rate in nearly four years, he's still likely to express at least some concern for one of the market's most-trusted prognosticators: the shaped of the so-called yield curve. Formally known as the "term structure of interest rates", but more often referred to as the "curve", the different between short and medium-term bond yields is one of the more accurate forecasters in global finance. For much of the past fifty years, an "inverted curve" -- which occurs when 2-year note yields rise past those for 10-year Treasury bonds -- has preceded nearly every U.S. economic recession.

  • Asian stocks fall, weighed by tensions over US trade tariffs
    Associated Press7 hours ago

    Asian stocks fall, weighed by tensions over US trade tariffs

    Asian markets fell on Tuesday as mounting tensions over U.S. tariffs overshadowed data suggesting global growth was still on track. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 bucked the regional trend, gaining 0.4 percent to 22,692.82. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 0.2 percent to 25,064.36 as Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Boeing climbed.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 hours ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bonds Drop on Strong Retail Sales

    U.S. government bond prices slipped Monday after strong data on retail sales. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose for the fourth time in six trading sessions to 2.856% from 2.831% Friday. Yields jumped after the Commerce Department released a report Monday that showed retail sales rose 0.5% in June and that the increase in May had been revised upward to 1.3% from 0.8%.

  • MarketWatch14 hours ago

    Dow logs third straight gain, but Nasdaq, S&P 500 sink as energy slump offsets bank rally

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average marked its third gain in a row on Monday, but the broader market finished slightly lower as the sell-off in the energy sector weighed on the market. The S&P 500 index (SPX) fell 0.1% at 2,798, with the energy sector falling 1.2% amid a rout in crude-oil futures (CLQ8) while the banking sector enjoyed a bounce as Treasury rates (TMUBMUSD10Y) climbed. Investors focused on second-quarter results, and a summit between President Donald Trump and Russian Vladimir Putin, which drew rebukes from Democrats and Republicans, for treating Putin like an ally.

  • Mortgage rates inch up as housing market braces for slowing momentum
    MarketWatch22 hours ago

    Mortgage rates inch up as housing market braces for slowing momentum

    Rates for home loans spiralled higher after a three-week respite, suggesting there’s still some life left in the rotation out of fixed-income assets, and reason for housing market participants to be nervous about higher borrowing costs.

  • 5 key ways Wall Street and economists think about the yield curve
    MarketWatch22 hours ago

    5 key ways Wall Street and economists think about the yield curve

    The yield curve has captured Wall Street—and to a lesser extent Main Street’s—attention in recent weeks. The past nine recessions have been preceded by the inversion of the curve, where short-term Treasury rates exceed their long-term counterparts. Much of the breathless attention on the shape of the curve has centered on the tightening gap between the 2-year (BX:TMUBMUSD02Y) and 10-year Treasury yields (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) But there are other key pairs that can signal how investors are thinking about where the economy is headed from here.

  • The U.S. Yield Curve Is Sending the Right Signals: David Ader
    Bloomberg23 hours ago

    The U.S. Yield Curve Is Sending the Right Signals: David Ader

    When it comes to assessing the outlook for the U.S. economy these days, the discussion usually starts with the bond market’s yield curve. The curve is signaling that the market thinks the Federal Reserve’s interest-rate increases, which are driving short-term yields higher, will not only slow inflation, but could also tip the economy into recession, causing long-term yields to go nowhere or even fall. The point is that the yield curve is not just a signal, but something that could actually weigh on the economy.

  • CNBCyesterday

    US Treasury yields rise after strong retail sales data

    Purchases of motor vehicles contribute to a 0.5 percent uptick in retail sales last month, with data for May revised higher to show sales rising 1.3 percent. Fed Chair Jerome Powell will speak in front on Capitol Hill about the state of the economy starting on Tuesday. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are meeting in Helsinki, Finland on Monday, to discuss a range of topics.

  • Despite Reports of Higher Inflation, Treasury Yields Finish Week Flat Amid Consumer Sentiment Concerns
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Despite Reports of Higher Inflation, Treasury Yields Finish Week Flat Amid Consumer Sentiment Concerns

    U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said in an interview this week that he believed “the economy’s in a really good place” at the moment with unemployment at the lowest point in nearly two decades and inflation finally approaching the Fed’s optimal goal of 2 percent annual increases.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Fiscal hawks’ tales of doom do not fly with the young

    America’s new fiscal stimulus package has attracted a chorus of warnings about the risks of rising federal deficits. Some concern is defensible, to the extent that fiscal stimulus now could drain policymakers’ willingness to take further action when the economy really needs it. A prime example of this can be found in the warnings from some fiscal hawks about how financial markets would be overwhelmed by the wave of government bonds needed to fund the stimulus.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bonds Gain On Trade Concerns

    U.S. government bond prices rose Friday as trade tensions lingered amid President Donald Trump’s visit to the United Kingdom. brendan smialowski/Agence France-Presse/ U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May shake hands during a joint press conference following their meeting at Chequers, the prime minister's country residence, northwest of London on the second day of Mr. Trump's U.K. visit Friday. Investors’ concerns that Mr. Trump’s visit to the U.K. could further exacerbate trade tensions have weighed on yields during the visit, some analysts said.

  • MarketWatch4 days ago

    2-year Treasury yield posts biggest weekly jump in a month

    Short-dated Treasury yields rose after senior Federal Reserve officials highlighted the positive growth outlook and the need to hike rates at the current pace

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Speculative U.S. 10-year T-note net shorts fall from record high-CFTC

    Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures fell in the latest week from a record high the prior week, according to Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday. ...

  • Metals’ slump says the 10-year Treasury yield has room to slide: Moody’s
    MarketWatch4 days ago

    Metals’ slump says the 10-year Treasury yield has room to slide: Moody’s

    A precipitous drop in industrial metal prices over the past month could be flashing a bullish sign for bonds.

  • America's Yield Curve Panic Is Overdone
    Kiplinger4 days ago

    America's Yield Curve Panic Is Overdone

    Financial pundits' consensus about interest rates is off the mark.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    TREASURIES-U.S. yield curve flattest in 11 years as bond prices rise

    The yield curve on U.S. Treasuries once again reached its flattest level in 11 years on Friday in low-volume trading. The spread between 2-year and 10-year Treasury notes fell to 24.46 basis points, continuing ...

  • MarketWatch4 days ago

    JPMorgan's Dimon says 'you're looking for potholes, there are not a lot of things out there'

    JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon said he sees few signs that strong domestic economic expansion in its ninth year will be buffeted by factors including Federal Reserve monetary policy and trade-war clashes. Dimon said the prospect of rising rates and a narrowing spread between the 2-year Treasury note (TMUBMUSD02Y) and the 10-year note (TMUBMUSD10Y)--watched as a gauge of a weakening economic outlook by bond buyers and as an accurate recession indicator, when the shorter rate exceeds its longer-term counterpart--aren't creating a lot of consternation for the U.S.'s largest bank by market value. Dimon's comments come after JPMorgan (JPM) reported a profit of $8.3 billion, or $2.29 a share, topping expectations of $2.22 a share among analysts polled by Thomson Reuters.

  • CNBC4 days ago

    US Treasury yields slip ahead of economic data

    Coming up Friday, import prices are due out at 8:30 a.m. ET, followed by consumer sentiment at 10 a.m. ET. This comes as U.S. investors will be gearing up for major bank earnings. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was lower at around 2.839 percent at 5:25 a.m. ET, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was in the red at 2.939 percent.

  • Asian shares mostly higher; Japan's Nikkei up on weak yen
    Associated Press4 days ago

    Asian shares mostly higher; Japan's Nikkei up on weak yen

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian shares are mostly higher, rebounding from jitters over the U.S.-China trade disputes for a second straight day.

  • MarketWatch5 days ago

    Treasury yields rise, putting 2-year back at highest since 2008

    Treasury prices fall, nudging yields higher, on Thursday, a day after fears, sparked by a fresh round of tariffs from Trump administration, fuel buying in assets perceived as havens.

  • Morgan Stanley expects the inverted yield curve — harbinger of recession — in 2019
    MarketWatch5 days ago

    Morgan Stanley expects the inverted yield curve — harbinger of recession — in 2019

    The inverted yield curve is the four horsemen of the apocalypse of the economy—investors fear them because they have often preceded recessions in the past. Strategists at Morgan Stanley on Thursday predicted the yield curve will invert by middle of 2019 although they stopped short of issuing a recession warning.

  • Fed will be key to preventing yield curve’s recession prophesy from coming true: investor
    MarketWatch5 days ago

    Fed will be key to preventing yield curve’s recession prophesy from coming true: investor

    If the Federal Reserve wants to stop fearing the inverted yield curve as a recession bellwether, it should learn to stop its rate hikes before they tip above the long-term neutral rate. This also had the effect of lifting short-end Treasury yields close to their long-end counterparts, either making the yield curve very flat, or inverting it altogether.

  • Why is the bond market shrugging off a six-year high in inflation?
    MarketWatch5 days ago

    Why is the bond market shrugging off a six-year high in inflation?

    Price pressures can ravage the value of long-dated debt, the corner of the bond market most sensitive to inflation. Rather, current yields at the long end reflect investors’ expectations for consumer prices to turn lower by the end of the year, maintaining a downward trend well into 2019. Standish Mellon’s economists forecast CPI to rise 2.4% for 2018 but cool to 2.3% in 2019.

  • Why the Fed Is Not Your Fed Anymore
    Bloomberg Video3 days ago

    Why the Fed Is Not Your Fed Anymore

    Jul.13 -- Both China and the U.S. imposed 25 percent tariffs on $34 billion of the others’ imports on July 6, and Beijing has vowed to fight back against proposed tariffs on an additional $200 billion in Chinese goods. Oksana Aronov, fixed-income strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, Joe Higgins, managing director at TIAA Investments, and Matt Toms, chief investment officer of fixed income at Voya Investment Management, join Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz to talk about the U.S.-China trade war, the Federal Reserve and the risk of a recession.

  • Yahoo Finance Live: Midday Movers - Jul 13th, 2018
    Yahoo Finance Video4 days ago

    Yahoo Finance Live: Midday Movers - Jul 13th, 2018

    Yahoo Finance's LIVE stock market coverage and analysis.