|Day's Range||2.2950 - 2.3240|
|52 Week Range||1.9050 - 3.3590|
According to a new report from BNY Mellon Investment Management, only 8% of Americans understand what fixed income investing is. Liz Young, BNY Mellon Investment Management Director joins Yahoo Finance's On the Move to discuss.
President Trump is taking on Jay Powell, tweeting a series of critiques of the Federal Reserve. The president said, "The Fed has called it wrong from the beginning, too fast, too slow. ... We are now, by far, the biggest and strongest Country, but the Fed puts us at a competitive disadvantage."
U.S. Treasury yields rise Friday, trimming their week long decline, after an official from the White House suggested negotiations for the phase one trade deal was nearing an end.
Nathan Sheets, PGIM’s chief economist, says the U.S. could run larger deficits, but it was unclear when its fiscal profligacy come back to bite the Treasury market.
U.S. Treasury yields slip Thursday as investors eye weakening economic data in Asia, along with geopolitical jitters and uncertainty around a phase one trade deal.
U.S. Treasury yields pull back on Wednesday as uncertainty on how a phase one trade deal will shape up drives investors to take shelter in government paper.
U.S. Treasury yields ended mostly flat Tuesday after a speech by President Donald Trump in New York rehashed his disapproval of the Federal Reserve’s measured approach to interest rate cuts, but disappointed in terms of offering concrete details on the state of trade discussions
U.S. Treasury yields were mostly steady on Friday, capping a weeklong surge, after signs of progress toward a U.S.-China trade deal pushed long-term government rates to multimonth highs this week.
U.S. Treasury yields jump on Thursday after a resurgence of optimism about a U.S - China trade deal weighed on demand for safe haven assets such as government paper in a volatile week that has seen bond prices fluctuate in line with the ever-changing state of the trade talks.
U.S. Treasury yields fall Tuesday after reports say that a meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping could be delayed until December.
Global bond yields rise Tuesday as hopes for a partial U.S.-China trade deal weighs on demand for government paper in the U.S., Europe and Japan.
U.S. Treasury yields shift higher on Monday as investors ramped up appetite for riskier assets in anticipation of the conclusion of a Phase 1 U.S.-China trade deal following upbeat comments from the Trump administration
U.S. Treasury yields rise Friday after the U.S. October employment report showed the labor market remained robust, offering support to the Federal Reserve’s decision to keep rates on hold.
U.S. Treasury yields climbed on Friday following the release of the nonfarm employment report, which showed the U.S. economy had picked up 128,000 jobs in October. Economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast a much smaller 75,000 job gains. The 10-year Treasury note yield was up 2.8 basis point to 1.719%, while the 2-year note rate rose 4.4 basis points to 1.570%. The 30-year bond yield ticked up 2.4 basis points to 2.200%. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the unemployment rate rose to 3.6%, from 3.5% in September, and average hourly wages rose 0.2%. Job gains for September and August were also revised higher.
U.S. Treasury yields fall sharply on Thursday after news reports say that Chinese government officials were unsure if a longer-term comprehensive trade deal will be struck.
U.S. Treasury yields fall Wednesday after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the third time in 2019, as the official scorecard of the economy’s health in the third-quarter shows U.S. growth is slowing
Shorter-dated Treasury yields jumped off their intraday lows on Wednesday, following the Federal Reserve's decision to lower interest rates by a quarter point to a range between 1.50% to 1.75%. The 2-year Treasury note yield , sensitive to monetary policy expectations, was unchanged at 1.642%, coming off its session low of 1.612%. The 10-year Treasury note yield was down 2.8 basis points to 1.807%, while the 30-year bond yield slipped 4.3 basis points to 2.288%. Bond prices move in the opposite direction of yields. The central bank said they would monitor the economic outlook and assess the "appropriate path of interest rates, suggesting the Fed would not commit to additional easing after October. Two voters on the Federal Open Market Committee dissented on the decision to cut rates.
The numbers: The Treasury announced Wednesday it is exploring a range of possible new products including a new 50-year bond. What happened: Treasury made the announcement about possible new products when announced it will auction $84 billion in notes and bonds next week in its quarterly refunding auctions, unchanged from the previous auction in July. The offerings will refund about $60.5 billion of Treasury notes and other government paper and will raise $23.5 billion in cash.
U.S. Treasury yields fall Tuesday as the Federal Reserve began its two-day meeting where its policy making committee is expected to lower interest rates for the third time this year.
U.S. Treasury yields rise Monday after stock-market gauges set fresh highs on a combination of waning geopolitical and trade fears
Treasury yields climb Friday after U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators said they were putting the finishing touches on some parts of the “Phase 1” trade deal announced by President Donald Trump.
U.S. Treasury yields struggle for direction on Thursday after the European Central Bank announced it would keep policy rates unchanged at Mario Draghi’s last meeting.
U.S. Treasury yields come off their lows as bond traders made room for the fresh influx of debt supply ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting next week, where an interest-rate cut is widely expected.
The New York Fed said it would expand the size of repurchasing agreements starting from Thursday, as part of its operations to inject liquidity into the financial system. The New York Fed said it would increase the amount offered in overnight repo operations to at least $120 billion from Oct. 24 to Nov. 14., and increase the amount offered for longer-term repo agreements to at least $45 billion on Oct. 24 and Oct. 29. The New York Fed's actions comes after the overnight repo rate, or how much hedge funds and banks have to pay to borrow for short periods in return for pledging collateral such as Treasurys, rose so high in September that the Fed's benchmark interest rate briefly pushed above its target range. Since then, the New York Fed has regularly stepped in to prevent strains from resurfacing in funding markets.
U.S. Treasury yields fall Tuesday after traders say they closely tracked the progress of U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’ Brexit deal as it struggles to make its way through Parliament.