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A continued slide in U.S. government bond prices pushed the yield on the 10-year Treasury note above 2.6% Thursday, a fresh milestone spurred by investors’ growing confidence in the global economy.
* U.S. 10-year yields hit highest since March * 10-year inflation breakeven rate highest since February * U.S. 10-year TIPS supply fetches strongest bid since 2014 * Two-year yields highest since September ...
The U.S. bond market's gauges of inflation expectations on Thursday extended their rise following data that showed the strongest auction demand for 10-year Treasury Inflation Protected Securities in about ...
U.S. government debt yields rose after the Labor Department said the number initial jobless claims fell to the lowest level in 45 years.
U.S. government debt yields slipped from last week's highs on Tuesday, the first trading day of the week after the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
To be sure, there have been earlier, but premature, declarations that the bond bull market had met its demise, including in Up & Down Wall Street’s online edition back in October 2012, which cited a call by Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s chief strategist Michael Hartnett. Throughout most investors’ careers, interest rates have been in a broadly declining trend, which provides a tailwind to the prices of most assets, from stocks to high-yield credit to real estate. As DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Gundlach observes in the Barron’s Roundtable, when he got into the investment business, the Treasury long bond yield hit 14%, while inflation was 4% and falling.
Rising retailers pushed U.S. stock indexes further into record territory on Friday, as the market's fabulous start to 2018 carried through its second week. Interest rates also climbed after a report showed ...
Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures rose to their highest level in 10 months earlier this week during a bond market sell-off, according to Commodity Futures Trading Commission ...
Treasury yields rose after the December consumer price index came in higher than expected. Core consumer prices showed a 0.3% gain. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch were forecasting a 0.2% increase in ...
December consumer-price index data on Friday will draw the attention of investors looking to see whether the bond market’s expectations for price pressures will pan out
U.S. government bonds strengthened Thursday, recovering from earlier declines after an auction of 30-year Treasury bonds attracted unexpectedly strong demand.
Investing guru Bill Gross added further thoughts on his call that the end of the bond market’s multidecade bull run has arrived.
Treasury yields retreated Thursday afternoon following a successful 30-year bond auction. Bond yields rose earlier after minutes from the European Central Bank's December meeting showed senior officials ...
The flattening of the Treasury yield curve, exacerbated by the Fed, will make for a volatile 2018, says Ivan Martchev.
For details of the U.S. Treasury's auction of 10-year Treasury Inflation Protected Securities next week, see: https://www.treasurydirect.gov/instit/annceresult/press/preanre/2018/A_20180111_4.pdf
HONG KONG (AP) — Most Asian stocks markets are higher after Wall Street's latest record close. Japan's Nikkei 225 recovered from early losses to gain 0.1 percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng and the Shanghai Composite index also advanced.
As Treasury yields rise, one equity strategist thinks some aren't watching the right link between the bond and equity markets.
The U.S. Dollar could rise if producer inflation comes in higher than the 0.2% estimate, this could put pressure on gold prices.
Treasury buying picked up, pushing yields slightly lower, Wednesday afternoon following an auction of 10-year Treasury notes that drew healthier demand than had been expected. An unconfirmed report earlier ...
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