|Day's Range||2.32 - 2.37|
|52 Week Range||2.03 - 2.62|
U.S. government debt yields fell on Wednesday after consumer sentiment surprised investors and the latest FOMC minutes were released.
U.S. government bonds strengthened Tuesday as investors continued to bet that inflation will remain soft as the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
The dollar turned broadly lower on Tuesday, moving in line with declining U.S. 10-year Treasury yields and retracing gains from Monday in light trading ahead of Thursday's Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. With limited data this week and the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's November meeting and a speech from Fed Chair Janet Yellen expected in the next 24 hours, analysts said investors were seeking to even their books after dollar strength the previous session. "It's just a lot of consolidation in the market," said Kathy Lien, managing director at BK Asset Management.
Treasury prices rose and yields fell Tuesday after solid home-sales numberd raised the outlook for near-term inflation
A historic marker used by Wall Street to determine if a recession is coming is flashing red, but there’s probably no need to worry for now about the U.S. economy.
Jim Vogel says investors could be underselling the importance of tax cuts and making too much of the central bank’s part in driving the curve’s flattening move.
U.S. government bonds edged lower Monday as investors were quick to book profits following an overnight rally.
U.S. government bonds strengthened, extending weekly gains as investors took advantage of lower prices following a modest selloff on Thursday.
Long-dated yields fell Friday even as short-dated yields rose as investors added to bets that the central bank would raise rates more than the market had expected next year.
U.S. government bond prices fell Thursday, retracing a portion of their recent gains as investors recovered some appetite for riskier assets.
Many U.S. financial markets posted two-sided trades on Wednesday as investors reacted to lingering issues over a delay in U.S. tax reform and key reports on retail sales and consumer inflation. Volatility was present in the Forex, Treasury, and stock markets early yesterday as investors gauged the likelihood of a tax-reform plan becoming law before … Continue reading U.S. Consumer Inflation Uptick Enough to Solidify December Rate Hike
Financial stocks dropped in premarket trade Wednesday, as falling oil prices less-than-robust economic data led to sharp drop in Treasury yields. The SPDR Financial Select Sector ETF slumped 0.9% ahead ...