|Day's Range||2.83 - 2.85|
|52 Week Range||2.03 - 2.94|
U.S. government bond prices traded in a narrow range Friday, ending the U.S. session slightly higher, as investors paused after trade tensions sent them flocking to Treasurys a day earlier.
Treasury yields on Friday are little changed in Friday trade, but were mostly lower for the week, as a swoon for global stocks appeared to intensify on worries about escalating trade tensions between China ...
Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures rose earlier this week before the Federal Reserve raised key short-term borrowing costs on Wednesday, according to Commodity Futures ...
When asked at his first press conference as Federal Reserve chairman if he would be willing to let the yield curve invert, Jay Powell initially responded that it was “an interesting question”. The rest ...
U.S. government bonds gained Thursday amid investor concerns about trade tensions with China and a Federal Reserve statement perceived as more dovish than expected.
Measures of investors’ bets on a pickup in inflation are falling from recent highs, a sign that many believe that tax cuts and increased government spending aren’t likely to jolt the U.S. economy from ...
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian stock markets slumped Friday after Beijing responded to the Trump administration's tariff hikes by saying it may order higher import duties on a range of U.S. goods, ratcheting up fears of a trade war.
J.P. Morgan told clients that the Federal Reserve's reluctance to forecast four rate hikes in 2018 should spur a "goldilocks" rally in stocks.
Investors should see higher Treasury yields if the U.S.-China trade skirmish escalates into a full-blown trade war, says a strategist from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Major U.S. stock indexes fell as much as 2 percent on Thursday, where they looked on track for the steepest drop since a Wall Street rout six weeks ago, in anticipation of an announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump that had traders concerned about prospects for a global trade war. Markets pared gains slightly by midafternoon after Trump signed a presidential memorandum that could impose tariffs on up to $60 billion of imports from China, although his action was far removed from threats that could have ignited a global trade war. White House officials told a briefing ahead of the trade announcement that the administration was eyeing tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods.
The Federal Reserve might be sounding the hawkish call, but a developing pattern in the bond market could cause it to pump the brakes, says one market watcher.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was under pressure on Thursday, extending a downturn for blue-chip stocks that risks pushing it to its lowest close since early February, according to FactSet data. The ...