|Day's Range||2.9760 - 3.0140|
|52 Week Range||2.9000 - 3.4550|
Treasury prices and yields were left mixed Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve’s January meeting showed officials divided over future rate hikes but in favor of bringing the unwind of the central bank’s balance sheet to an end this year.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Treasury prices were slightly lower Monday, nudging yields higher, as a U.S. delegation arrived in China to discuss trade
Treasurys rally Friday as investors watch for fresh developments on trade negotiations between the U.S. and China.
Treasury yields fell Thursday, dragged lower by a slide in European yields after eurozone growth expectations for this year were slashed, adding to mounting concerns a global economic slowdown was under way. The 30-year bond yield (BX:TMUBMUSD30Y) fell 4.4 basis points to 2.993%. The German 10-year bond yield (BX:TMBMKDE-10Y) retreated 5 basis points to 0.115%, while the Italian 10-year yield rose 12.4 basis points to 2.961%.
Treasury yields were off their intraday lows on Wednesday after an auction for benchmark government paper struggled to attract buyers. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) was virtually unchanged at 2.702%, after trading as low as 2.673% in the morning. Debt sales can influence outstanding bond yields as investors make room for fresh supply.
Treasury prices rose Tuesday, dragging yields lower, after the latest assessment of the service sectors’ health was weaker-than-expected, adding to concerns the economy is slowing in the face of global crosscurrents. The 10-year Treasury note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) fell 2.2 basis points to 2.702%, while the 30-year bond yield (BX:TMUBMUSD30Y) slipped 2.5 basis points to 3.033%. The 2-year note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD02Y) was down a single basis point to 2.522%.
Treasury yields rose Monday after market participants sold government paper in anticipation of bond auctions throughout the week, and as they awaited speeches by senior Federal Reserve officials. The 10-year Treasury note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) climbed 3.4 basis points to 2.724%, while the 30-year bond yield (BX:TMUBMUSD30Y) was up 2.8 basis points to 3.058%. The 2-year note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD02Y) was also up 2.4 basis points to 2.532%.
Janus Henderson Investors said Bill Gross will retire from the investment firm, departing on March 1. The storied investor had helped found Pimco, the largest bond fund manager in the world, and later moved on to Janus to manage its Unconstrained Bond Fund. But in the past few years, the fund has suffered a raft of outflows after his fund underperformed its benchmark.
Treasury yields rise Friday, trimming its weeklong decline, after the employment report showed stronger-than-expected jobs gains
Treasury yields fall Thursday as investors feel the lingering impact of the Federal Reserve’s policy decision
Treasury yields retrace their rise Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it would adopt a more patient approach to further rate increases in its policy statement.
Treasury yields came off their sessions highs after the Federal Reserve's policy statement showed it had kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged between a range of 2.25% to 2.50%. The 10-year Treasury note yield was virtually unchanged at 2.711%. The 2-year note yield fell 1.1 basis points to 2.558%. The 30-year bond yield rose 1.6 basis points to 3.057%. Debt prices move in the opposite direction of yields. The Fed said it would be patient with further rate increases. The central bank also said if the economic situation deteriorated it would be ready to tweak how it normalized its $4 trillion asset portfolio. The statement echoes remarks by senior Fed officials that the central bank retained the option of adjusting the balance-sheet reduction if it presented a problem.
Treasury yields fall Tuesday as the Federal Reserve‘s two-day meeting gets under way, with investors hoping to glean fresh insights on the central bank’s policy plans.
Treasury prices recover Monday after a stock-market selloff draws investors into haven assets like government paper, helping to offset a round of debt auctions.
Treasury yields rise Friday after bond investors mostly followed the buoyant tone in equities as President Donald Trump announced a temporary deal to reopen the government.
Treasury yields fall Thursday, following the decline of European bond yields, after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi underlined the growing risks to the eurozone economy’s prospects.
Stocks closed sharply lower on Tuesday, kicking off the holiday-truncated week with a loss, after fears over the global economy gained momentum. The S&P 500 fell 1.4% to end around 2,633. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 299 points, or 1.2%, to end near 24,408, based on preliminary numbers. The Nasdaq Composite slipped 1.9% to around 7,020. China reported 2018 growth was at its slowest since 1990, with President Xi Jinping reportedly warning Communist Party officials to remain watchful of financial risks. The International Monetary Fund also trimmed its growth forecast to 3.5% in 2019, from 3.7% in 2018, though it kept its expectation for the U.S. economy unchanged.
Treasury yields retreat Tuesday, paring last week’s sharp climb, as fears about global growth took over the investors’ agenda after China reported its slowest growth in nearly three decades.
Treasury yields rise Friday, as the broad-based rally in global stocks curtails appetite for haven assets like U.S. government paper.
Treasury yields rose Thursday after stocks mounted a late-session rally in response to reports that the U.S. was debating ending tariffs on Chinese imports.