|Day's Range||2.32 - 2.42|
|52 Week Range||2.03 - 2.62|
Chris Rupkey of MUFG Union Bank says he expects "more of the same" when Federal Reserve Chair nominee Jerome Powell takes over from Janet Yellen.
Treasury prices extended their initial climb, pulling yields lower, on Friday after ABC News reported that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was prepared to testify about President Donald ...
Treasury yields rose on Thursday after Senate Republicans made strides toward passing their tax bill, which is expected to be put to a vote by the end of this week.
Why are investors buying insurance against inflation, despite what many see as its negligible risk of its resurgence?
U.S. Treasury yields drifted higher on Thursday after U.S. data showed a rise in inflation and a decline in initial jobless claims, reinforcing expectations of an interest rate increase next month and ...
U.S. Treasury yields rose across most maturities on Wednesday bolstered by upbeat remarks on the economy by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and data showing stronger than expected U.S. economic growth ...
German bond yields were set for their biggest one-day jump in almost three weeks on Wednesday as firm inflation data from Germany combined with strong U.S. and euro zone economic numbers to spark heavy selling across fixed income markets. Euro zone bond yields were up 2-5 basis points and U.S. 10-year Treasury yields hit at two-week high at around 2.40 percent after data showed the U.S. economy notched up its quickest pace in three years in the third quarter.
Stocks surged to new highs today as tax-reform legislation made it out of committee in the Senate and Jerome Powell, Trump's nominee to replace Janet Yellen atop the Federal Reserve, testified to Congress. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 0.5% to 6912.36. The folks at Todd Market Forecast offer a reason or two for today's rally: Sometimes it's hard to ascertain why the market is rallying.
U.S. government bonds edged higher Monday as traders prepared for a busy week of bond auctions, economic data and possible progress on tax cuts.
Treasury yields slipped on Monday in choppy trading, partly dragged down by a combination of a pullback on Wall Street after hitting record highs earlier, plus reports that North Korea may be preparing ...
For bond traders, the nonfarm payrolls report was once the king of data. Not anymore, say analysts at J.P. Morgan.
U.S. government bond yields rose along with those in Germany as a gauge of sentiment among German businesses climbed to a record high, reinforcing the outlook for improving global growth.
Mutual funds and exchange-traded funds targeting inflation-protected Treasurys, known as TIPS, pulled in $1.2 billion in the week ended Wednesday, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch and EPFR Global. ...
Fund investors broke ranks with the market’s consensus last week and plowed money into assets that benefit should consumer prices snap out of a yearslong funk.
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks set more records in quiet post-holiday trading Friday as technology companies again did much of the heavy lifting. Energy companies rose with the price of oil.
Chinese stocks slipped further on Friday after the biggest selloff in months the previous day, with fresh government steps to reduce financial risks and a rout in the bond market sapping investors' confidence. Equity investors remained on edge over further regulatory clampdowns and rising corporate borrowing costs, even though the benchmark 10-year treasury bond yield pulled back slightly from a three-year high of 4.03 percent on Thursday and bond futures edged up 0.3 percent. Stocks dove on Thursday amid an extended bond selloff, and following new policies aimed at curbing micro-lending and tightening regulation of asset management businesses - both of which were seen as likely to eat into liquidity.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets were largely flat on Thursday with investors in the U.S. markets going on a Thanksgiving holiday and the Fed minutes largely in line with investor expectations that the Fed will soon raise interest rates for a third time next month. Japan was closed on a holiday.
Long-term mortgage rates were mixed this week. The 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage fell 3.92 percent, following the yield on the 10-year Treasury note down. The 15-year rose to 3.32 percent.
U.S. government bonds strengthened Tuesday as investors continued to bet that inflation will remain soft as the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
Treasury prices rose and yields fell Tuesday after solid home-sales numberd raised the outlook for near-term inflation