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U.S. Treasurys slump on Thursday, pushing yields higher, as demand for haven assets, and thus flows into U.S. government paper, abate after reports saying China and the U.S. would resume trade talks.
Treasury prices rose, pulling yields lower, Wednesday after Turkey slapped import levies on U.S. imports, bringing geopolitical ructions between the U.S and its allies back on investors’ radars.
U.S. government bonds yields on Monday hold near their lowest levels since the middle of July amid a swoon in Turkey’s lira which has fueled risk-off buying of haven Treasurys since Friday, driving yields south.
U.S. government bonds rally Friday, driving yields to their sharpest yield decline since late May as turmoil in Europe, sparked by questions about a knock-on effect from economic distress in Turkey, rattles investors’ sentiment and sent them fleeing to the perceived safety of sovereign paper.
U.S. government debt yields fall Thursday, reversing course after a reading on inflation came in weaker than expected, helping to support buying of Treasurys and pushing yields sharply lower.
U.S. government debt sees muted trading on Wednesday, only registering slight yield moves across the board, as investors digest an auction of 10-year government bonds, with tariff tensions between the U.S. and China remaining in focus.
Long-dated government bonds on Tuesday end a three-session rise, pushing yields higher, as global equity benchmarks took cues from global stock markets,
U.S. government bond yields for longer-dated debt fall Monday as investors wrestle with the threat of intensifying trade clashes between the U.S. and China and the ripple effects those fresh animosities could have on global markets.
The JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO said Saturday that economic and market conditions already support a higher benchmark 10-year note yield.
U.S. Treasury prices rose, pushing yields lower, Friday after economic reports, including a closely watched reading of monthly employment for July, came in weaker than expected, and China announced retaliatory tariffs against the U.S. The 10-year U.S. government bond yield (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) fell 3.3 basis points to 2.952%, two days after hitting 3% and finishing late Wednesday’s trade in New York at its highest yield level since May 23, according to Dow Jones Market Data. The U.S. two-year note yield (BX:TMUBMUSD02Y) the most sensitive to shifts in inflation and monetary policy, declined by 1.8 basis points to 2.645%, and notched its largest weekly drop since the week ended May 25.
Treasury yields slipped slightly early Friday after an important read of monthly employment came in below expectations on a headline basis, although the unemployment rate fell to 3.9% from 4%. The yield for the 10-year Treasury note (TMUBMUSD10Y) was at 2.973%, from 2.980% before the report, the 2-year Treasury note (TMUBMUSD02Y) yield was at 2.674%, up from 2.665% before the jobs announcement, while the 30-year bond (TMUBMUSD30Y) yielded 3.105%, compared with 3.114% just before the report. The Labor Department indicated that 157,000 jobs were created in July, compared with average economists' estimates polled by MarketWatch for 195,000.
U.S. Treasury prices rise slightly Thursday, and a key benchmark government bond yield pulled back from the 3% level, as global markets skidded lower on apparent tariff tensions between the U.S. and China.
U.S. Treasury yields climb Wednesday after the Federal Reserve stayed the course with its monetary policy plan and emphasized the strength of the domestic economy, affirming expectations that a further two rate increases are in store in 2018.
MARKET PULSE U.S. government bonds Wednesday afternoon mostly unchanged after the Federal Reserve left benchmark rates unchanged and made few significant alterations to its policy statement, leaving the likelihood of further rate hikes in September and December still on the table.
U.S. Treasurys rise Tuesday, pushing long-dated government bonds lower, after the Bank of Japan affirmed its easy-money policy prescription, leaving the country one of the last with an aggressively accommodative plan in place a decade after the 2007-09 financial crisis.
U.S. government bonds climbed early Monday, with the 10-year Treasury note, once again flirting with a perch near the psychologically significant level at 3%, as fixed-income investors turned their attention to the start of a Federal Reserve meeting that could offer fresh insights about the monetary-policy path.
Rates for U.S. government bonds fall on Friday following a key reading of gross domestic product, which capped a period that saw yields mostly finish the week higher after reports on Monday suggested the Bank of Japan may make steps toward winding down its easy money policies.
U.S. government bond rates advanced Thursday as fixed-income investors looked ahead to a second-quarter GDP reading that could put pressure on the Federal Reserve to stay on track with its current pace of rate hikes.
MARKET PULSE Treasury yields extended a Thursday morning gain as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi holds a news conference following the central bank's policy meeting. The 10-year Treasury note yield (tmubmusd10y) picked up 3.
U.S. government bond yields mostly fell, lifting debt prices, on Wednesday as a solid auction for 5-year notes show the recent selloff at the week’s start had helped cheapen Treasurys, drawing investors back into the market.