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  • Why is this market more troubled by rising U.S. interest rates than trade tariffs?
    MarketWatch55 minutes ago

    Why is this market more troubled by rising U.S. interest rates than trade tariffs?

    Much like Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams’ play “A Street Car Named Desire,” the U.S. has “always depended on the kindness of strangers,” or at least it has for quite a long time. President Donald Trump’s escalation of the trade war between the U.S. and all our major trading partners has raised concerns that foreigners will respond to Trump’s “America First” protectionism by cutting back on their purchases of U.S. debt. Furthermore, Trump’s tariffs may boost inflation in the U.S. by increasing the cost of imports.

  • US stocks waver as banks fall and smaller companies climb
    Associated Press2 hours ago

    US stocks waver as banks fall and smaller companies climb

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks indexes are mixed Thursday as weak results from banks are partly canceled out by gains for smaller and more domestically-focused companies. Comcast rose after ending its bid to buy most of Twenty-First Century Fox. In testimony before Congress, representatives of the auto industry are speaking out against tariffs on imported cars and car parts proposed by the Trump administration.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    TREASURIES-U.S. yield curve flattens after upbeat data

    The U.S. yield curve flattened, close to levels not seen in 11 years, on Thursday as encouraging readings on jobs and business activity reinforced the view of further increases from the Federal Reserve. ...

  • Treasury bonds will be the best investment if a trade war throttles the U.S. and Chinese economies
    MarketWatch3 hours ago

    Treasury bonds will be the best investment if a trade war throttles the U.S. and Chinese economies

    Ivan Martchev lays out a strategy for investors who are convinced there will be a serious trade war.

  • Mortgage rates tick down, but can borrowers seize the opportunity?
    MarketWatch4 hours ago

    Mortgage rates tick down, but can borrowers seize the opportunity?

    Rates for home loans eased, but with little inventory to buy, owners may choose to remodel their existing homes instead.

  • The bond market goes its own way
    MarketWatch5 hours ago

    The bond market goes its own way

    The economy is strong, inflation is rising and the Fed is tightening, so why aren’t 10-year yields higher? Caroline Baum explains

  • MarketWatch5 hours ago

    10-, 30-year government bond yields set to rise for a 4th straight session

    Long-dated Treasurys are on track to fall for a fourth straight day, pushing yields higher, as fixed-income investors mostly focused on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s expectation that the central bank would remain on a steady rate-hike trajectory amid signs of increased wage and inflationary pressures.

  • The bond market is ‘coiling’ for a violent yield surge, says BMO strategist
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    The bond market is ‘coiling’ for a violent yield surge, says BMO strategist

    Trading in Treasurys has been unusually muted in recent weeks, with yields traversing a narrow range. But to at least one strategist, this subdued action is evidence that a sharp selloff in the bond market, with yields inversely jumping higher, could in the offing.

  • CNBC9 hours ago

    US Treasury yields higher ahead of jobless figures

    There will be updated jobless numbers due at 8:30 a.m. ET. The U.S. Treasury will auction $13 billion in 10-year TIPS (Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities). U.S. government debt prices were lower on Thursday morning as traders awaited fresh data.

  • Asian stocks drift as investors await fresh moves on trade
    Associated Press13 hours ago

    Asian stocks drift as investors await fresh moves on trade

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets were drifting Thursday in mixed trading as investors awaited further moves in global trade disputes.

  • Why Is the Yield Curve Flattening, and What Is the Fed Doing About It?
    Zacks19 hours ago

    Why Is the Yield Curve Flattening, and What Is the Fed Doing About It?

    So far this year, the Federal Reserve has raised the interest rates twice in effort to prevent inflation while maintaining solid economic growth. This policy makes sense for a number of reasons, including the low unemployment rate, tightening labor market, hastening CPI growth of 2.9%, and recent tax cuts.

  • MarketWatch21 hours ago

    Treasury yields bounce after Beige Book highlights inflation pressures

    Treasury yields rise Wednesday after the Federal Reserve’ Beige Book highlighted growing wage pressures from a tightening labor market.

  • Bond Traders Are Way Ahead of the Fed’s Powell
    Bloomberg21 hours ago

    Bond Traders Are Way Ahead of the Fed’s Powell

    The bond market these days is about as fun as watching paint dry. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield has moved less than 7.7 basis points in July, putting it on course for its smallest monthly range since 1973, according to Bloomberg News. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell raised a few eyebrows on Wednesday when he told the House Financial Services Committee on his second day of semiannual testimony before Congress that policy makers are “slightly more worried about lower inflation.” That was a bit of a shocker given the Fed has already raised interest rates twice this year and has flagged at least one more before January.

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    TREASURIES-U.S. yields near flat as Fed's Powell sticks to upbeat script

    U.S. Treasury yields were little changed on Wednesday with the yield curve remaining near its flattest in nearly 11 years as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell stayed on message about a healthy economy ...

  • CNBCyesterday

    This unusual move in the bond market appears to be signaling interest rates are about to break out

    The U.S. 10-year has been trading in an unusually tight range for 14 sessions, a sign it may be ready to break out in one direction or other. In five prior periods since 2013 where yields traded on a narrow band of 12.6 basis points or less, the 10-year yield broke higher in four of those five instances. The 10-year is the U.S. benchmark rate used to price a variety of business and consumer loans, including home mortgages.

  • Pimco says Fed would signal pause to rate hikes to avoid ‘lasting’ yield curve inversion
    MarketWatchyesterday

    Pimco says Fed would signal pause to rate hikes to avoid ‘lasting’ yield curve inversion

    The investing gurus at Pimco are expecting the Federal Reserve to pause its rate hike cycle in order to avoid a lasting inversion of the yield curve

  • Stock investors should not fear the inverted yield curve, strategist says
    MarketWatchyesterday

    Stock investors should not fear the inverted yield curve, strategist says

    An inverted yield curve may not be a dreaded harbinger of doom for the bull market, according to Ryan Detrick, senior market strategist at LPL Research, who believes that stocks have awhile to go before worrying about unseemly yield curves or even a recession. An inverted yield curve, where long-term yields such as the 10-year Treasury yield drop below their shorter-term peers, symbolizes a lack of confidence in the economy. It has also emerged as a closely watched early warning signal for economic trouble, particularly in the wake of research from the San Francisco Federal Reserve that every U.S. recession in the past 60 years was preceded by an inverted yield curve.

  • Reutersyesterday

    FOREX-Flows, sentiment lift dollar towards 1-year highs

    The dollar rose towards a one-year high on Wednesday in the wake of bullish comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell about the strength of the U.S. economy. In his congressional testimony on Tuesday, Powell said he believed the United States was on course for years more of steady growth, and he played down the risks to the U.S. economy of an escalating trade conflict. "The recent dollar moves has been a bit baffling and the only reason may be short term flows and sentiment are supporting the greenback," said Richard Falkenhall, a senior currency strategist at SEB in Stockholm.

  • CNBCyesterday

    US Treasurys mixed as investors monitor economic data

    U.S. government debt prices were mixed Wednesday morning, as investors awaited fresh economic data.

  • Asian stocks rise as solid US performance lifts spirits
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Asian stocks rise as solid US performance lifts spirits

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets climbed higher on Wednesday as a sweep of positive news from Wall Street and beyond boosted confidence in the U.S. economy.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bonds Fall After Powell Testimony

    U.S. government bond prices crept lower Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell presented a positive assessment of the U.S. economy and said the central bank remains on track to gradually raise interest rates. Fed funds futures, which investors use to bet on the direction of interest-rate policy, late Tuesday showed a 64% probability that Fed officials will raise rates at least two more times this year, up from 59% a week ago, according to CME Group data.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    TREASURIES-Fed's Powell upbeat view flattens U.S. yield curve

    * U.S. yield curve retests flattest level in over a decade * U.S. two-year yield climbs to highest in nearly 10 years * Fed's Powell sees more jobs growth, tame inflation * Futures imply traders see 89 pct chance of Sept rate hike (Recasts lead, updates market action, adds quote) By Richard Leong NEW YORK, July 17 (Reuters) - The U.S. two-year Treasury yield rose on Tuesday to its highest level in nearly a decade, with the yield curve at its flattest in nearly 11 years, as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's upbeat remarks on the economy supported traders' view of more rate hikes. Powell, in testimony about the economy and monetary policy before a Senate panel, said: "With appropriate monetary policy, the job market will remain strong and inflation will stay near 2 percent over the next several years." Powell downplayed the current friction between the Trump administration and major U.S. trade partners as a risk to business and consumer activities.

  • Here’s one more factor that could add to emerging-market headwinds
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    Here’s one more factor that could add to emerging-market headwinds

    Emerging markets have been struggling with rising global interest rates and stronger dollar, among other bearish factors, in 2018. But you can also add ‘hot money’ inflows to the list, as investments that could reverse quickly in times of trouble, bringing even more downside risk to emerging-market assets, according to economists at the Institute of International Finance.

  • Bond bulls are unprepared for an end to Trump’s ‘tariff trumpeting’
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    Bond bulls are unprepared for an end to Trump’s ‘tariff trumpeting’

    Fears of a trade war between the U.S. and its trading partners have distracted investors from inflation concerns and other bearish forces that once threatened to send Treasury yields higher earlier this year.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    TREASURIES-U.S. yields edge up as Powell's remarks support rate-hike view

    * Fed's Powell sees more jobs growth, tame inflation * Futures imply traders see 89 pct chance of Sept rate hike (Updates market action after Powell's speech) By Richard Leong NEW YORK, July 17 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields rose on Tuesday, with the two-year yield hovering near a decade high as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell was upbeat on the economy, supporting traders' view of further rate increases from the U.S. central bank. Powell, in testimony about the economy and monetary policy before a Senate panel, said: "With appropriate monetary policy, the job market will remain strong and inflation will stay near 2 percent over the next several years." Powell downplayed the current friction between the Trump administration and major U.S. trade partners as a risk to business and consumer activities.