^TNX - Treasury Yield 10 Years

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  • Fed’s Bullard says ignoring the Treasury yield curve has burned him in the past
    MarketWatch

    Fed’s Bullard says ignoring the Treasury yield curve has burned him in the past

    There are a lot of valid reasons why the inversion of the yield curve — that is, the yield of short-term bonds being higher than that of longer-term securities — isn’t a sign of economic worries.

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields tumble as investors cut back trade deal expectations

    U.S. Treasury prices rise Tuesday, pushing yields lower, as investors scale back expectations for a U.S.-China trade deal

  • 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

  • JP Morgan says this year’s fund flows may point to heightened recession risk
    MarketWatch

    JP Morgan says this year’s fund flows may point to heightened recession risk

    If fund flows point to a lack of consumer confidence, the economy is in trouble, says JP Morgan analysts

  • FX Empire

    U.S. Stocks Turn Lower as Investors Sour on ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal

    Investors took no chances upon hearing the news. Besides driving stocks lower and erasing some of Friday’s gains, hedgers drove December Treasury Notes 0.46% higher. December Comex gold futures rose 0.73% and the Japanese Yen jumped 0.24% higher. These protection moves are likely to increase if investors continue to turn sour on the deal.

  • Fed plan to buy T-Bills may open door to more stimulus
    MarketWatch

    Fed plan to buy T-Bills may open door to more stimulus

    Investors see the new Fed plan to resume short-dated Treasury debt purchases as a sign of the central bank’s willingness to stand ready to prop up broader markets

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields jump on reports of partial U.S.-China trade deal

    U.S. Treasury yields rise Friday amid signs that the U.S. was nearing a limited trade deal that could prevent a further escalation of the tariff spat between the two world’s largest economies.

  • Fed says it will start to buy Treasury bills next week to ease money-market pressure
    MarketWatch

    Fed says it will start to buy Treasury bills next week to ease money-market pressure

    The Federal Reserve announced Friday it will buy Treasury bills to maintain ample reserves in the banking system.

  • Columbus Day: Which markets are closed?
    MarketWatch

    Columbus Day: Which markets are closed?

    Many market participants are hoping for a little quiet on this upcoming U.S. holiday after lots of stormy sailing.

  • A measure of the yield curve un-inverts for first time in 79 days
    MarketWatch

    A measure of the yield curve un-inverts for first time in 79 days

    The yield on the 10-year Treasury note briefly traded above the 3-month T-bill yield for the first time since July.

  • U.S. consumer sentiment climbs to 3-month high in October on easing worries over trade war
    MarketWatch

    U.S. consumer sentiment climbs to 3-month high in October on easing worries over trade war

    Americans in October showed the most optimism about the economy in three months, reflecting easing concerns about the trade war with China and little worry so far about the potential impeachment of President Trump, according to a survey of consumer sentiment.

  • U.S. import inflation climbs in September on higher cost of oil, but most prices still tame
    MarketWatch

    U.S. import inflation climbs in September on higher cost of oil, but most prices still tame

    The cost of goods imported into the U.S. rose in September for the first time in four months, but most of the increase stemmed from higher oil prices. Import-related inflation more broadly was basically nonexistent. The import price index climbed 0.2% last month.

  • Consumer sentiment, Fed speakers – What to know in markets Friday
    Yahoo Finance

    Consumer sentiment, Fed speakers – What to know in markets Friday

    On Friday, investors will receive a snapshot on consumer sentiment in October and hear from several Federal Open Market Committee members ahead of the central bank’s next rate-setting meeting.

  • MarketWatch

    10-year Treasury yield pushes above 1.6% after European bond-market selloff spills into U.S.

    U.S. Treasury yields climb on Thursday after minutes from the European Central Bank’s September meeting highlighted rifts within its policy-making committee.

  • Low consumer inflation opens the door for Fed to cut interest rates further
    MarketWatch

    Low consumer inflation opens the door for Fed to cut interest rates further

    Consumer inflation in the U.S. was held in check in September by falling prices of gasoline and used vehicles, offsetting increases in rent and prepared foods. The low and stable rate of inflation gives the Federal Reserve the leeway to cut interest rates again.

  • Here’s why the Fed’s balance sheet expansion is focusing on short term debt
    MarketWatch

    Here’s why the Fed’s balance sheet expansion is focusing on short term debt

    Fed’s focus on short-end of yield curve sends message to market participants that its bond-buying would not represent a return to quantitative easing.

  • Financial Times

    European bond markets hit by backlash to ECB stimulus

    Bond markets have stumbled in Europe on signs of an intensifying backlash to the region’s latest central bank stimulus package, pushing some German government debt yields into positive territory for the first time in a month. that European Central Bank president Mario Draghi forced through the revival of his signature bond-buying programme last month against the advice of fellow officials. Bond yields continued to push higher after ECB minutes released on Thursday showed a number of officials on the bank’s governing council argued against the decision to resume purchases in November.

  • FX Empire

    Fed Minutes: Members Saw Increased Downside Risks to Economy

    At its September meeting, Federal Reserve officials began debating how far their current interest-rate cutting campaign should extend, even as they agreed to lower rates in response to growing risks to the U.S. economy.

  • Here’s how to play the trade war with ETFs
    MarketWatch

    Here’s how to play the trade war with ETFs

    Investors looking to hedge against, or make money from, the ongoing U.S.-China trade war can pick from a range of exchange-traded funds. Here are some suggestions from two ETF industry veterans.

  • U.S. job openings fall in August to a 1 1/2-year low as hiring and the economy slow
    MarketWatch

    U.S. job openings fall in August to a 1 1/2-year low as hiring and the economy slow

    The number of job openings nationwide fell in August for the third month in a row and hit a one-and-a-half-year low, coinciding with a decline in hiring that’s taken place against the backdrop of a slowing U.S. economy. Job openings slipped to 7.05 million.

  • MarketWatch

    Treasury yields climb after China moots ‘partial’ trade deal

    U.S. Treasury yields head higher on Wednesday after reports say Chinese officials were amenable to a “partial” trade deal, news of which stirred a stock-market surge and put bonds under pressure.

  • Credit Card Delinquencies in U.S. on Rise for Smaller Issuers
    Bloomberg

    Credit Card Delinquencies in U.S. on Rise for Smaller Issuers

    (Bloomberg) -- Explore what’s moving the global economy in the new season of the Stephanomics podcast. Subscribe via Pocket Cast or iTunes.Despite a 50 basis point decline in the U.S. 10-year note yield since late July, the average interest rate on credit cards continues to hover close to record levels, newly released data from the Federal Reserve show.The U.S. prime lending rate, the rate that commercial banks to charge their most credit-worthy customers, has fallen thanks to easier Fed monetary policy. But the spread between the prime rate and the average annualized rate on credit cards widened to a record at the end of August.Many issuers have been competing for new customers with richer rewards rather than lower rates. They may also be maintaining this record spread because risks are brewing, underscored by a pickup in delinquency rates at smaller issuers of cards. Fed data show a growing gap between delinquency rates for the 100 largest banks compared with all others. Delinquent accounts for the largest banks were at 2.44% in the second quarter, while other banks saw the rate spike to 6.34% from 5.73% the prior quarter. At 3.9 percentage points, the spread between the two measures is also at an all-time high.U.S. consumers’ love of credit cards is apparent. Spending on Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. credit cards has surged to a record in recent years, propelling the combined market value of the two largest card networks to more than $600 billion.Credit card issuers have been busy adding customers. Since 2010, more than 100 million new accounts have been created, bringing the total to 486.5 million in the U.S. as of the second quarter. These new accounts and increases in credit availability within existing accounts have increased potential credit card spending power to $3.8 trillion -- an increase of $1.1 trillion since 2010. Credit card debt outstanding has increased to $870 billion.To contact the reporter on this story: Alex Tanzi in Washington at atanzi@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Scott Lanman at slanman@bloomberg.net, Vince Golle, Alex TanziFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Barrons.com

    The Next Recession Won’t Be So Bad, According to the Professor Who Uncovered the Yield-Curve Indicator

    A tide of disappointing data is raising fears the U.S. may be knocking on the door of a recession. With investors, companies and the public highly attuned to any sign of a recession this time around, the hit to the economy would be more limited, according to Campbell Harvey, senior adviser at Research Affiliates and finance professor at Duke University, in an interview with MarketWatch.

  • MarketWatch

    Short-dated Treasury yields fall after Powell announces increase of balance sheet

    Short-dated U.S. Treasury yields fell Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced the central bank would increase the size of its balance sheet soon.

  • Barclays CEO on why we have negative interest rates right now
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Barclays CEO on why we have negative interest rates right now

    Jes Staley, Barclays CEO, discusses the economic backdrop that has led to negative interest rates.