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Government bond yields climbing and a shrinking gap between short-term and long-term Treasury rates have prompted some consternation on Wall Street, driving equity prices lower as investors fret about ...
U.S. government bond prices slipped Friday, pushing the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note to its highest close since 2014. Friday marked the biggest one-week rise in the 10-year yield since Feb. 2, shortly before U.S. stocks tumbled into correction territory. The third consecutive week of advances for the 10-year yield came as U.S. stock indexes ended the week higher, paring appetite for the relative safety of assets like government bonds.
Treasury yields rose on Friday set to consolidate a sharp weeklong climb as investors circle around the consensus that three additional rate hikes were in the offing this year.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Friday, with major indexes slumping in a broad decline. While Wall Street posted a second straight positive week, the selloff heavily eroded the week's gains. The Dow Jones ...
Treasury prices tumbled, pushing yields higher, on Friday as investors and traders sold U.S. government paper. The 10-year Treasury note yield advanced 4.4 basis points to 2.956%, the highest since January 2014. The 2-year note yield rose 4.2 basis points to 2.956%, while the 30-year bond yield rose 3.9 basis points to 3.144%.
Gold futures suffered a second consecutive session of losses on Friday, as strength in the dollar and gains in Treasury yields sent prices for the metal lower for the week. For the week, gold futures fell by roughly 0.7%, the first such loss in three weeks. The contract saw a 3% gain for the week.
The 10-year Treasury yield reached its highest level since March 21 as a bond selloff continued for a second day, driving the yield curve steeper after two weeks of flattening. The move looks to be reflective ...
Gold futures dropped in back-to-back sessions Friday, headed toward a weekly decline of roughly 0.4%, as rising Treasury yields and their implications for an economic slowdown held investors’ attention across several markets.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was higher at around 2.915 percent at 4:55 a.m. ET, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was flat at 3.105 percent. Chicago Fed President Charles Evans is due to appear at the Graaskamp Center Spring Board conference in Chicago, and San Francisco Fed President John Williams will be at California's Pebble Beach, delivering remarks at the UC Berkeley Fischer Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics. Other markets remained on edge as investors considered a rise in interest rates, as the 10-year Treasury yield hit above 2.9 percent in the previous session , as new economic data pointed to a strengthening in the U.S. economy.
The current price action indicates that the relatively optimistic view about the U.S. economy should be enough to support the Fed’s notion to raise interest rates at least two more time in 2018. Some traders are even pricing in as many as three rate hikes.
Traders are watching to see if the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield will regain its February high, which could signal a break out.
Long-dated Treasury yields early Thursday trade at the highest level in nearly a month, but shorter maturities saw a slight pullback in rates, as inflation expectations rose
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday was trading near the lows of the session as a steady rise in the rates of long-dated Treasurys weighed on buying appetite for stocks. The 10-year Treasury note ...
Treasury yields climbed on Thursday as investors push back on the relentless yield curve flattening seen since last week. The 10-year Treasury note yield was up 6.3 basis points to 2.930%, the highest ...
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Given the scale of gains in the 10-year Treasury note yield , which climbed more than 5 basis points overnight for its biggest one-day surge since March 2, the dollar's strength was limited. Investors are growing nervous that the euro zone economy's rebound is nearing the top and the European Central Bank may move more slowly to tighten monetary policy. "There is no real impulse from monetary policy.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury note climbed over 2.9 percent on Thursday as long-term debt rates added to their weekly gains.
The euro edged back towards $1.24 on Thursday as investors shrugged off a rise in long-term U.S. bond yields and sold the dollar. The Swiss franc fell to within a whisker of the 1.20 per euro mark it last hit in January 2015 - before the Swiss National Bank removed its currency peg and the franc shot up. The dollar had initially risen in Asian trading although the increase was limited given the scale of gains in the 10-year Treasury note yield, which climbed more than 5 basis points overnight for its biggest one-day surge since March 2.
Japanese government bond prices slipped on Thursday with the debt market coming under pressure as domestic equities extended gains to reach seven-week highs. The five-year JGB yield rose half a basis point ...
The dollar was steady against a basket of its peers on Thursday, supported by higher long-term U.S. Treasury yields on improving investor appetite for risk assets, though lingering concerns over U.S.-China trade tensions checked the greenback. The dollar's gains were limited given the scope of the rise by the 10-year Treasury note yield, which climbed more than 5 basis points overnight for its biggest one-day surge since March 2. "The dollar, particularly against the yen, has began re-establishing a correlation with widening yield differentials this month," said Junichi Ishikawa, senior FX strategist at IG Securities in Tokyo.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury note broke through 2.9 per cent on Thursday for the first time in a month as expectations grow that the Federal Reserve will deliver three or possibly four interest rate ...
Treasury yields rose across the board on Wednesday, and the closely watched narrowing of the premium between short-dated and longer-dated bonds took a breather. The 2-year note yield (XTUP:TMUBMUSD02Y=X), the most sensitive to shifts in interest-rate expectations, rose 4.4 basis points to 2.429%, the highest since Aug. 2008, marking the largest one-day yield climb since Feb. 14. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield (XTUP:TMUBMUSD10Y=X) picked up 5.3 basis points to 2.867%, the largest one-day yield gain since Feb. 14.