^TNX - Treasury Yield 10 Years

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+0.0550 (+2.76%)
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Day's Range2.0060 - 2.0490
52 Week Range1.9750 - 3.2480
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  • What's the probability of a recession?
    Yahoo Finance Video4 hours ago

    What's the probability of a recession?

    Bill Zox, CIO of Fixed Income for Diamond Hill Capital Management, sits down with Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, Andy Serwer, Scott Gamm, and Emily McCormick to discuss the current probability of a recession. Editor-in-chief Andy Serwer also brings us a clip of his exclusive interview with JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and his thoughts on the Federal Reserve.

  • Why gold’s glittering rise is “here to stay”
    Yahoo Finance Video6 hours ago

    Why gold’s glittering rise is “here to stay”

    Will Rhind, CEO of Graniteshares, says a gold pullback is “natural,” but the metal is likely to go even higher. He spoke to Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi.

  • Trump blasts Federal Reserve as 'stubborn child' on rate policy
    Yahoo Finance Video2 days ago

    Trump blasts Federal Reserve as 'stubborn child' on rate policy

    Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman are joined by Yousef Abassi, director of U.S. Institutional Equities and Global Market Strategist at INTL FCStone, and Girard CIO Timothy Chubb to break down President Trump's shots at the Fed, the ongoing tariff threat, and other opportunities in the market, including in financials.

  • Trump threatens Vietnam, which has been benefiting from U.S. tariffs on China
    MarketWatch1 hour ago

    Trump threatens Vietnam, which has been benefiting from U.S. tariffs on China

    One of the critiques of the Trump administration’s tariff policy on China is that while it raises the cost of doing business in one low-cost country, it just pushes multinationals to do business in another. Now, President Donald Trump is saying he might go after Vietnam as well.

  • Trump boasts best June for stock market in years — but a half-dozen signs flash warnings
    MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Trump boasts best June for stock market in years — but a half-dozen signs flash warnings

    President Donald Trump Tuesday morning thanked himself for a stock market that has been mostly clambering to new heights. The 45th president via Twitter touted the buoyancy of the equity markets, saying: “Stock Market is heading for one of the best months (June) in the history of our Country. Stock Market is heading for one of the best months (June) in the history of our Country.

  • Home prices flatlined in April, Case-Shiller says
    MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Home prices flatlined in April, Case-Shiller says

    Annual price gains slowed to a 7-year low, while monthly prices were flat according to a closely-watched measurement out Tuesday.

  • Durable-goods orders drop 1.3% in May, but business investment picks up in reassuring sign
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    Durable-goods orders drop 1.3% in May, but business investment picks up in reassuring sign

    Orders for U.S. durable goods suffered over a canceled deal for Boeing’s troubled 737 Max jet. Yet business investment perked up in a reassuring sign amid a tense trade fight with China and signs of a slower U.S. economy.

  • MarketWatch8 hours ago

    Treasury yields turn higher with stocks, buoyed by trade hopes

    Treasury prices fall Wednesday, pushing yields higher, following remarks from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin declaring that a U.S.-China trade deal was close to being finished.

  • A housing market slump could drive global growth to a decade low, economists warn
    MarketWatch8 hours ago

    A housing market slump could drive global growth to a decade low, economists warn

    Some ten years since the 2008-09 U.S. housing bubble, which sparked a global financial crisis, worries about the health of the global housing market persist.

  • U.S. consumer debt is now above levels hit during the 2008 financial crisis
    MarketWatch19 hours ago

    U.S. consumer debt is now above levels hit during the 2008 financial crisis

    Consumer debt is growing to worrisome levels. Ben Mohr, senior research analyst of fixed income at investment consultant Marquette Associates, calculated that total U.S. consumer debt hit $14 trillion in the first quarter of 2019, surpassing the roughly $13 trillion of leverage accumulated in credit cards, auto loans and mortgages and other debt back in 2008, when those souring loans and securities pegged to them helped to send global markets into a tailspin (see attached chart). Mohr told MarketWatch that the increase in student loans — often cited as a source of consternation for economists and strategists — saw a notable increase.

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold soars to six-year high, stocks slide after Powell speech
    Reutersyesterday

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold soars to six-year high, stocks slide after Powell speech

    Gold soared to an almost six-year high on Tuesday on escalating U.S.-Iran tensions, while equity markets slid on disappointing economic data and uncertainty on whether the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates in July as has been expected. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said in a speech the U.S. central bank is insulated from short-term political pressures as policymakers wrestle with whether to cut rates amid slowing growth as President Donald Trump has demanded. Equity markets have rallied this month in anticipation that Fed policymakers would cut rates, but Powell's remarks cast doubt on those expectations when he referred to the Fed's independence.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    10-year Treasury yield at below 2% plumbs lowest level since November 2016

    Treasury yields trade lower on Tuesday as investors sift for clues on the outlook for rate cuts among speeches by Federal Reserve officials.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Fed's Bullard says he is not in favor of half point rate cut in July

    St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said Tuesday that, as things stand now, he would not favor a half-point interest-rate cut in July. "I don't think we have to take huge action," Bullard said in an interview on Bloomberg Television. Bullard dissented at the FOMC meeting last week in favor of a quarter-point cut. Bullard said a quarter-point cut would be more of an "insurance" move, which was all that was needed at this stage.

  • Consumer confidence falls to nearly 2-year low on China trade tensions, job worries
    MarketWatchyesterday

    Consumer confidence falls to nearly 2-year low on China trade tensions, job worries

    Consumers confidence fell in June to the lowest level in almost two years as Americans grew more worried about trade tensions with China and said it was harder to find a job. The consumer confidence index slipped to 121.5 from a revised 131.1.

  • Reutersyesterday

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold soars to 6-year high as trade, as Iran tensions mount

    Gold soared to almost a six-year high on Tuesday on escalating U.S.-Iran tensions and U.S.-Sino trade anxiety, leading traders to pile into safe-haven government debt and to snap up the yen and Swiss franc at the expense of the dollar. Gold has gained 10% in price so far this month, climbing above $1,400 an ounce for first time since August 2013 after briefly touching the psychological barrier on Monday. The dollar, meanwhile, fell to a three-month low against the euro and dropped to its weakest against the Japanese yen since early January as the prospect of an interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve knocked demand for the U.S. currency.

  • 9 ways to squeeze the most out of this refreshed bull market
    MarketWatchyesterday

    9 ways to squeeze the most out of this refreshed bull market

    The Federal Reserve’s investor-friendly stance on interest rates has infused this market with a serious dose of optimism. The Financial Samurai blog has some ideas on how to play it.

  • A leveraged-lending bust could hit economy quicker than subprime blowup, says ex-FDIC boss Sheila Bair
    MarketWatchyesterday

    A leveraged-lending bust could hit economy quicker than subprime blowup, says ex-FDIC boss Sheila Bair

    Too little attention is being paid to potential for rapid pace of job losses, says Sheila Bair, the ex-head of the FDIC

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Dow Futures Flat, Dollar Sips as Trade Concerns Trim Risk Appetite Ahead of G20

    U.S. stock futures retreat, dollar wanes as investors peel back from recent equity market highs and take a defensive stance on risk ahead of this weekend's G20 Summit in Japan. Global oil prices edge lower following yesterday's sanctions on the Iranian leadership and suggestions that the U.S. military presence in the Gulf could abate over the coming months. U.S. equity futures drifted lower Tuesday, setting up the S&P 500 for its first three-day decline since early May, as investors peel back from recent record highs and take a defensive stance on risk ahead of this weekend's G20 Summit in Japan.

  • The Fed is now enabling politicians to act recklessly
    MarketWatchyesterday

    The Fed is now enabling politicians to act recklessly

    As the dust settles on last week’s market-moving, dovish communications from the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, commentators continue to debate the Fed’s independence and the ECB’s wisdom. While the majority of central bankers have engaged in quantitative easing and super-low interest rates out of necessity rather than choice, this is a policy experiment that has arguably reached the limits of its usefulness.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    Markets’ clashing signals make big bets dangerous

    The 10-year Treasury yield has plunged from 2.69 per cent to below 2 per cent, its lowest level since late 2016, as expectations grow of interest rate cuts to combat a sharp economic slowdown or recession. Stocks, however, tell a different tale.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    Powell to discuss interest rates with Congress on July 10-11

    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell with testify to Congress on July 10 and 11 about interest-rate policy, two congressional committees announced Monday. The House Financial Services panel will go first, followed by the Senate Banking Committee the following day. Powell has made a concerted effort to be available to brief members of Congress behind closed doors about the economic outlook, and is often seen by reporters walking in the hallways of the Capitol.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    10-year Treasury yield records biggest daily decline in three weeks

    Treasury yields slip on Monday as traders await President Donald Trump’s meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, amid hopes that their get-together could stave off a further escalation of a U.S-China trade clash.

  • Post-Fed surge in inflation expectations spells pain for global bond bulls, says analyst
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    Post-Fed surge in inflation expectations spells pain for global bond bulls, says analyst

    Bond yields have room to catch up with inflation expectations, and that could spell pain for bond-market bulls, says CIBC’s Ian Pollick.