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U.S. Treasury yields fall sharply Tuesday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says additional monetary policy stimulus could be needed, including interest rate cuts and asset purchases
Treasury yields are mixed on Monday ahead of meetings this week for the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan
Treasury yields came off session lows on Friday after a strong retail sales number suggested consumers would continue to spend, a source of solace for investors concerned over the U.S. economy’s health. The 10-year Treasury note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) was virtually unchanged at 2.093% after coming off an intraday low of 2.058%. The benchmark maturity rose nearly a single basis points for the week.
U.S. Treasury prices rise Thursday, pulling yields lower, as investors’ expectations for interest-rate cuts gain ground ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting next week.
U.S. Treasury yields fall Wednesday after the release of anemic inflation data puts pressure on the Federal Reserve to ease monetary policy this year, with market participants fearful of a recession.
Treasury yields extended their fall Wednesday after the core consumer prices gauge for May fell short of analysts' expectations. The 10-year Treasury note yield fell 2.3 basis points to 2.112%. The 2-year note yield tumbled 5.7 basis points to 1.869%, while the 30-year bond yield was down 1.9 basis points to 2.595%. Consumer prices rose 0.1% in May, in line with analysts' estimates. But the core measure which strips out for food and energy prices increased by 0.1%, slightly below the 0.2% forecast. Investors say the absence of price pressures could put pressure on the Federal Reserve to ease policy this year, with some traders pointing to July as the most likely month for a rate cut.
Treasury yields fell from their session highs on Tuesday, after U.S. equities gave back ground even as China said it would launch fiscal stimulus measures to spur infrastructure spending across the second largest economy in the world. The 10-year Treasury note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) was virtually unchanged at 2.140%, after touching an intraday peak of 2.177%, while the 30-year bond yield (BX:TMUBMUSD30Y) was down 0.6 basis points to 2.617%. The 2-year note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD02Y) was up 2.2 basis points to 1.922%.
Treasury prices fell Monday trading, pushing yields higher, as investors jump into stocks following the U.S.’s decision to drop planned tariffs on imports from Mexico after the two countries reached a deal on border enforcement.
Treasury yields fell Friday after the jobs report suggested the labor market’s health is starting to deteriorate, adding to expectations for cuts in interest rates.
Treasury prices slip Thursday, dragging yields higher., after President Donald Trump said trade talks with Mexico had not made enough progress.
Short-term Treasury yields fell sharply on Wednesday after a soft reading in the private-sector payrolls report heightened expectations for the Federal Reserve to embark on rate cuts this year.
Treasury yields rise Tuesday after remarks by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and other central bankers.
Treasury prices rise Monday, pushing yields lower, as investors seek shelter in government paper amid fears that President Donald Trump was widening the scope of his trade complaints beyond China.
Treasury prices rise on Friday, extending their weeklong yield plunge, following President Donald Trump’s threat that the U.S. would institute tariffs on Mexico unless they stopped illegal immigration.
Treasury prices rise Thursday, pushing yields lower, as fears over trade uncertainty keep rates for government paper near their lowest levels in months.
The 30-year Treasury yield finished on Wednesday at its lowest level since Nov. 8, 2016, the day when President Donald Trump was elected. The 30-year bond yield fell 3.4 basis points to 2.637% on Wednesday, based on Dow Jones Market data. Bond prices move in the opposite direction of yields. Following the election, the bond-market sold off sharply as expectations of expansionary fiscal policies lifted growth and inflation prospects. Yet even after the Federal Reserve carried out eight rate hikes since Trump won the presidency, long-term bond yields have struggled to gain upward traction as fears of a U.S. slowdown have gained ground, with the boost from tax cuts expected to fade later this year.
Treasury prices rise Wednesday, pushing yields lower, as fears of a further escalation in trade tensions drew selling in global equities, stoking demand for haven assets.
Treasury yields came off session lows on Wednesday after an auction for 7-year notes struggled to draw investor interest. The 10-year Treasury note yield fell 2.7 basis points to 2.241%, after carving out a 20-month intraday nadir at 2.212%. The 2-year note yield was down 3.3 basis points at 2.029%. The 30-year bond yield fell 3.3 basis points to 2.674%. Debt prices move in the opposite direction of yields. The auction "tailed" 1.8 basis points, a sign of a weak sale. The tail is the gap between the highest yield the Treasury sold in the auction and the highest yield expected when the auction began - the "when issued" level. Debt sales can influence the direction of trading in the outstanding market.
Treasury prices rise Tuesday, pushing yields to fresh lows, as worries about U.S.-China trade relations and signs of economic jitters abroad, drove demand for assets perceived as havens in post-Memorial Day trade.
Treasury prices fall Friday, pushing yields higher, as U.S. equities look to recover from the previous session’s slump, sapping appetite for government paper.
Treasury prices surge on Thursday as nervous investors face signs of economic weakness abroad and the possibility that U.S.-China trade tensions may last longer than anticipated.
The 10-year Treasury yield temporarily fell below 2.30% after a dramatic rally in the bond market sent yields for government paper lower. The 10-year yield traded at 2.304%, after touching an intraday nadir of 2.294%. The 2-year note yield fell 10 basis points to 2.07%, while the 30-year bond yield slipped 8.6 basis points to 2.733%. Debt prices move in the opposite direction of yields. Bond investors are showing increased conviction that global growth concerns, subdued inflation and trade uncertainty will push the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates this year. The slump in stocks was also driving market participants into the safety of government paper, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average down more than 1% on Thursday.
Treasury prices rise Wednesday, pushing yields lower, as Brexit uncertainty draws investors into haven assets, following reports that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a potential coup.
Treasury prices fall slightly Tuesday, pushing yields up, as a short respite from market jitters weighs on demand for government paper, even as investors keep an eye on trade uncertainty