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Sandip Bhagat, Whittier Trust CIO, says the shutdown creates uncertainty and therefore a resolution is positive news. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to Scott Gamm, Brian Sozzi and Bhagat.
Alicia Levine, BNY Mellon Investment Management Chief Market Strategist, says that the 60 day extension in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China "extends the uncertainty" in the markets. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous speaks to her.
Juli Lerner, PanXchange Founder and CEO, says finding investors for women-run companies is challenging seeing as female founders receive only 2% of venture capital funding. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to her.
Even though stocks are rallying and the Fed has gotten dovish, Quint Tatro, Joule Financial CIO, says investors “are getting ahead of themselves” with their confidence in the markets. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to him.
Treasurys gain ground, pulling down yields as U.S. investors return from a three-day weekend and continue to eye U.S.-China negotiations and other trade rumblings.
Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures rose in late January from their lowest level in about a year, according to Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Tuesday. ...
The White House said a new session of trade discussions would take place Tuesday, with higher level talks due later this week. China accused the U.S. of blocking its industrial development by claiming Chinese mobile gear could pose a cybersecurity threat to countries rolling 5G. Investors are anticipating minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting and other economic data later in the week.
MARKET EXTRA U.S. financial markets will pause Monday in observance of Presidents Day — which, technically, is not the name of the holiday. The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq will shutter on Feb.
Jeffrey Gundlach warns that buyers of December's low will accelerate selling when that buy goes underwater.
Treasury yields on Friday mostly rise for the day, pushing government bonds to the best weekly gains in about a month as investors looked past bonds to riskier assets while digesting apparent progress in Sino-U.S. tariff negotiations.
Rates for home loans fell again, offering a respite for home buyers, even as skittish investors search for safer assets.
Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures fell to their lowest level in nearly a year on Jan. 22 as they reduced these positions due to economic and trade concerns, according ...
Wall Street notched its third straight week of gains on Friday, with the Nasdaq clawing out of a bear market, as US-China trade talks continued to buoy investor sentiment. The S&P swung 1.1 higher to 2,775.60, led by the financial sector, which rose 2 per cent. Energy, up 1.6 per cent, and healthcare, up 1.5 per cent, also saw strong gains. The Nasdaq Composite was up 0.6 per cent at 7,472.41, taking the index more than 20 per cent above its December 24 low, which some investors regard as marking an end of the tech-heavy index’s bear market late last year.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Friday morning, as market participants continued to monitor trade talks between China and the U.S. and awaited fresh data.
U.S. stock indexes clawed most of the way back from an early slide Thursday to finish mostly lower, ending a four-day winning streak for the benchmark S&P 500 index.
Treasurys rallied, pulling down yields, after a weak round of data, including a subdued reading on the producer-price index and a delayed but disappointing reading on retail sales for December.
Treasury yields rise Wednesday after traders digest a key inflation report that offered a glimpse into how price pressures are developing in the economy.
Market participants say another partial government closure could complicate efforts to plan for one of the most frenetic periods in the Treasury futures market
Stocks around the world are swimming in a sea of green Wednesday morning as optimism continues to grow about possible resolutions to some of the major geopolitical issues haunting the markets. The S&P 500 Index (SPX) starts the day above its 200-day moving average for the first time in more than two months. A double-dose of good news got the U.S. market back on a positive track Tuesday after several days of malaise, and the U.S. gains spread overseas to Europe and Asia early Wednesday.
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Furthermore, bond traders are likely to follow three important speeches. At 8.50 a.m. ET, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic will speak at the European Financial Forum in Dublin, Ireland. There are no major Treasury bond auctions scheduled on Tuesday.
All the major U.S. indices rose 1% or more, and the S&P 500 Index (SPX) breached key technical resistance at its 200-day moving average to post a new two-month high. Later in the day, optimism about the potential for a looser deadline on a China trade deal appeared to strengthen the breeze at Wall Street’s back. As investors digested these new developments affecting two of the major global storylines, volatility eased and the dollar gave up some of its recent gains.
Treasury prices fall Tuesday, pushing yields higher, as a tentative agreement to avert another partial government closure fosters appetite for assets perceived as risky and away from so-called havens like government paper.
Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures rose a month ago from their lowest level in about a year, according to Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Tuesday. ...