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Treasury Yield 10 Years (^TNX)

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3.8040+0.0570 (+1.52%)
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  • j
    jim
    I thought we would get through the mid terms before it collapsed but we couldnt even go a few weeks.
  • j
    jim
    Let's see if the uk rescue plan will work or not.
    So the eu restated qe 2 months ago
    Now the uk started qe again
    The chinese and japan never stopped

    The us is the last one remaining.

    We are fd
  • J
    John
    OMG, here we go!! Debt market collapse incoming........3...............2............1..........
  • B
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  • P
    PRINT DOLLARS TO PUMP US STOCKS
    The rates will be above 5% by the end of the year!
  • T
    Troy
    This thing is imploding look out.
  • D
    DOWJONI
    Raising rates doesn’t curb inflation when it’s a supply chain problem that started with cancelling oil production in the USA.
    Plus global debt!!
    Watch housing go into a correction‼️
  • J
    Jannie
    Seriously, how high can this go. 5 from my understanding the interests would be more than the entire DOD budget. No way this goes much higher. 4.2 maybe?
  • D
    David
    Powell will probably go to 5%... and rest
    The inverted yield curve will become alot more pronounced....

    Where will oil be? we really dont know.

    Even if it drops to $50 wti...they might have a hard time holding 2% inflation..

    the new norm
  • D
    Dan
    Anyone notice gas prices are on the rise again. So much for the cpi index going down.
  • T
    Trai
    Big reversal this week. This is peaking here.
  • D
    Dalibor
    so what is happening? Fed engaging in yield curve control like the BoE and Bank of Japan? The world is in a debt megabubble and relied on zero or subzero interest rates to roll over those debts. Inflation set it all on fire and the debt market will be the first to implode. In the end, no one except for the Fed will be buying all those junk bonds, just like in Japan. High interest rates would bankrupt the states. But yes, debt not matter, so I heard.
  • J
    Jannie
    Federal employees in the G fund are laughing at everyone for once in their life. The G fund does not lose money ever and does pretty good with rate hikes. They are making a little over 3% like clockwork. Might go up to 4.
  • D
    David
    .75.. Along with some more tuff language from powell.. Oil will need to be crushed in order for inflation to yield 2%..
    So far ..oil is saying Nada.. To powell.. Holding. Above $80... Creating sticky 5% plus inflation..Powell will go to Fed 5% by March
  • T
    Telegram@Regianeideas
    Indicators are just tools to frame the market. Any good Technical Analyst knows that it's not 100%. We mainly use them to reference the price movement. Understanding market structure and the ability to read naked charts are more important. However, effectively using indicators can also be advantageous.
  • D
    DOWJONI
    3.7 not since 2008 !!!
  • J
    Jabberwonky
    3.84 is next, let’s go.
  • B
    Brent
    Shocking how much investors in the 10 yr lose with inflation over 8%.
  • j
    jim
    You can literally see the wheels coming off this scam market as we speak.
  • J
    Jabberwonky
    THIS IS THE WAY!!!! Let's go to 4% quickly.