^TNX - CBOE Interest Rate 10 Year T No

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  • The Wall Street Journal20 hours ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bond Prices Fall as Investors See Fed as More Hawkish

    U.S. government bond prices fell Friday as investors speculated that the Federal Reserve may want to raise interest rates higher than previously expected. Treasury yields rose Friday as investors assessed recent comments from Fed officials that suggest the central bank could raise interest rates above the so-called neutral level -- a point when monetary policy no longer supports growth but isn’t yet restrictive. Minutes from the Fed’s September meeting released Wednesday showed that officials are debating whether they will need to raise interest rates to levels sufficient to slow down a fast-growing economy to prevent it from overheating.

  • CNBCyesterday

    US Treasury yields rise as investors monitor a sell-off in Italy

    Bond investors are looking ahead to speeches from Federal Reserve members and monitoring a sell-off in international bond markets. On the data front, existing home sales numbers are due at 10 a.m. ET. U.S. government debt prices ticked lower Friday morning with investors looking ahead to speeches from Federal Reserve members and monitoring a sell-off in international bond markets.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    US Treasury yields move higher ahead of fresh data, earnings

    U.S. government debt prices ticked lower ahead of more economic data, corporate earnings and amid investors digesting recent Fed minutes. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was higher at around 3.211 percent at 4:30 a.m. ET , while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond bond was higher at 3.377 percent. On the auction front, a $5 billion in 29-year-4-month Treasury Inflation Protected Security (TIPS) is set to be auctioned on Thursday.

  • What the Fed Minutes Didn't Say Is What Matters
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    What the Fed Minutes Didn't Say Is What Matters

    At first sight, the minutes released Wednesday from the Sept. 25-26 meeting at which the Federal Open Market Committee agreed to raise their target for the federal funds rate by an additional quarter of a percentage point and continue with its established policy of quantitative tightening, or reducing its balance sheets assets, were a good case in point. The most interesting section of the minutes covered the issue of when the Fed should stop the hiking process and whether it should continue until rates are considered restrictive in that they restrain the economy, or stop when they are still neutral.

  • What Caused the Rout in High-Yield Bond ETFs?
    Zacks3 days ago

    What Caused the Rout in High-Yield Bond ETFs?

    Here is why investors are yanking assets from high-yield bond ETFs.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman says bonds, not stocks, are in a bubble

    Billionaire Leon Cooperman advised investors on Wednesday to stay away from bonds as they are in a bubble.

  • Dollar Dips as U.S. Retail Sales Miss Estimate
    FX Empire5 days ago

    Dollar Dips as U.S. Retail Sales Miss Estimate

    A Commerce Department report on Monday showed that U.S. retail sales barely rose in September as a rebound in motor vehicle purchases was offset by the biggest drop in spending at restaurants and bars in nearly two years.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] Treasurys Weaken as Stocks Stabilize

    U.S. government-bond prices declined Monday as stocks steadied. The fall in stocks was precipitated in part by a sharp climb in government-bond yields, which reached multiyear highs earlier this month. The 10-year Treasury yield is roughly 0.75 percentage point higher now than it was at the end of last year.

  • Brexit Used to Mean Brexit. What Does it Mean Now?
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Brexit Used to Mean Brexit. What Does it Mean Now?

    Add the disastrous miscalculation of calling a general election last year, which left Northern Ireland’s  Democratic Unionist Party holding the balance of power, and we have the U.K.’s dreadful current political mess.

  • Brexit Used to Mean Brexit. What Does it Mean Now?
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Brexit Used to Mean Brexit. What Does it Mean Now?

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Theresa May won the U.K. premiership by saying that: “Brexit means Brexit.” This comment, along with some fratricidal maneuvers among the Brexiteers within her Conservative party, helped ensure that a politician who had supported staying in the European Union would be given the job of taking the U.K. out. But the continued Shakespearean bloodletting among the Brexiteers is getting in the way of working out what kind of a deal might be acceptable to those who have asked for it.Meanwhile the studied vagueness of “Brexit means Brexit” no longer sounds decisive. ...

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    Why Bond Yields Might Go Even Higher Than You Expected

    The risks for bond investors may be higher than they realize. Higher inflation tends to drive up bond yields as investors demand higher returns to compensate them for anticipated declines in the purchasing power of their assets. Most bond investors are well aware of the inflation risk, but James Paulsen from Leuthold Group noted that one surprise factor could lift bond yields even higher than expected.

  • Barrons.com8 days ago

    Here’s Why More Scares Are Ahead for the Stock Market

    Rising rates, trade fears, and a tech tumble sent the market reeling as U.S. investors joined the rest of the world in fretting about the future. But there’s no need to panic.

  • CNBC8 days ago

    Earnings could be what turns the tide for stocks

    Earnings season gets underway in the week ahead, and that could help calm some of the frayed nerves in the stock market if corporate outlooks remain positive. Fed speakers and minutes from the Fed's last meeting will be a big focus, after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's hawkish comments suggesting more rate hikes sparked a recent jump in interest rates. After the wildest market week in months, investors are looking to U.S. corporate earnings season to soothe frayed nerves in the coming week.

  • Barrons.com8 days ago

    Banks Will Benefit from Rising Rates. Other Sectors, Not So Much

    Interest rates are finally on the rise again, and investors are reeling. In the past three weeks, the yield on a 10-year Treasury note has jumped from 2.99% to 3.23%, the highest level since 2011. “Some areas of the market that look inexpensive—financials, enterprise tech, industrials—actually would benefit from rising interest rates,” contends Savita Subramanian, U.S. equity and quantitative strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

  • CNBC8 days ago

    There's another big reason why Trump could blame the Federal Reserve for rising interest rates

    President Trump has criticized the Fed for raising interest rates in a period of low inflation, but it's another Fed policy move that is helping drive interest rates higher. The Fed is unwinding its balance sheet, which ballooned during the financial crisis, and in the process is buying less Treasury securities, just as the federal government is issuing much more debt. The fact the Fed has stepped back as a buyer, combined with the increased debt issuance, has been a topic of discussion in the bond market as interest rates were on the rise this month.

  • Market Jitters Refuse to Die Down: 5 Utilities Picks
    Zacks8 days ago

    Market Jitters Refuse to Die Down: 5 Utilities Picks

    Rising bond yields, increasing interest rates and trade war fears make utility stocks a good investment.

  • CNBC8 days ago

    US Treasury yields jump as global equity markets bounce back

    On Friday, bond yields ticked higher, recovering from yesterday's dip, as investors awaited fresh data. At 8:30 a.m. ET, import and export price index figures are due out, followed by consumer sentiment at 10 a.m. ET. Sentiment around the globe was rocked in recent sessions, as investors grew nervous over the rise in interest rates.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] Investor Fears Drive Up Hedging Costs

    Investors are bracing for greater turmoil across markets, increasing hedges on their stock positions after months of calm. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 on Wednesday recorded their biggest one-day falls since February and continued to fall on Thursday. “It really seems to be the anticipation of looming danger through rising rates,” said Stefan Wintner, vice president of volatility strategies at Florida-based Dunn Capital Management.

  • CNBC9 days ago

    Here's another theory for this week's market skid — the 'buyback blackout'

    The rise in yields also makes higher equity valuation multiples less attractive because investors use U.S. government bond yields as their "risk-free" discount rate in financial models to value stock investments. There were multiple reasons for the big market sell-off this week, from rising rates to tariff fears to the lack of corporate stock buybacks.

  • 3 Financial Funds to Buy in A Rising Rate Environment
    Zacks9 days ago

    3 Financial Funds to Buy in A Rising Rate Environment

    Needless to say, strong economic fundamentals have propelled interest rates higher.

  • CNBC9 days ago

    Massive pullback in tech stocks is a buying opportunity for some: 'We love seeing the panic'

    The steep sell-off in tech stocks leaves many investors wondering what happened to the once red-hot trade and where to go next. Several top portfolio managers blame a sharp rise in borrowing costs, lofty valuations and a deteriorating trade relationship between the U.S. and China. Dan Niles, founding partner of AlphaOne Capital, says he took advantage of the stress to buy tech shares like Alphabet that aren't exposed to China.

  • CNBC9 days ago

    Bond yields dive after consumer prices reading is lighter than expected, quelling inflation fears

    Government debt yields dropped Thursday after the Labor Department said consumer prices rose less than expected in September, calming inflation fears that sent the 10-year Treasury yield to its highest in seven years earlier this week. The headline consumer price index came in at 0.1 percent, short of the 0.2 percent anticipated and following August's 0.2 percent gain. Excluding volatile food and energy components, the CPI edged up 0.1 percent for the second straight month, bringing the year-over-year gain in the core figure to 2.2 percent.

  • Barrons.com10 days ago

    Trump Says the Fed Has “Gone Crazy” After Rough Day in the Stock Market

    The administration has closely watched stock-market performance and views it, at least partly, as a gauge of the success of its economic policies.

  • The Markets Might Agree With Trump on the Fed
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    The Markets Might Agree With Trump on the Fed

    “I like low interest rates,” Trump said. At least that’s how financial markets seem to be behaving, with the S&P 500 Index tumbling to its lowest since July and benchmark 10-year Treasury note yields reaching their highest since 2011. Equities and bonds have been under pressure ever since the Fed raised rates on Sept. 26 for the third time this year and the seventh time since Trump was elected.

  • The Markets Might Agree With Trump on the Fed
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    The Markets Might Agree With Trump on the Fed

    “I like low interest rates,” Trump said. At least that’s how financial markets seem to be behaving, with the S&P 500 Index tumbling to its lowest since July and benchmark 10-year Treasury note yields reaching their highest since 2011. Equities and bonds have been under pressure ever since the Fed raised rates on Sept. 26 for the third time this year and the seventh time since Trump was elected.