|Day's range||2.34 - 2.34|
|52-week range||2.03 - 2.62|
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.
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. ...
U.S. stocks are on track for more records Friday as retailers climb at the start of the post-Thanksgiving shopping period. The CEO of Macy's said Black Friday sales are going well. Energy companies rose ...
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 ...
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
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.
Asian shares edged mostly higher Tuesday after Wall Street regained lost ground overnight amid subdued trading ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 1 percent ...
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.
Asian shares were mostly higher Friday, extending global gains after Wall Street reported a round of healthy earnings and U.S. politicians took a step forward on President Donald Trump's tax reform plan. ...
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian shares were mostly higher Friday, extending global gains after Wall Street reported a round of healthy earnings and U.S. politicians took a step forward on President Donald Trump's tax reform plan.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets were mostly firm on Thursday and oil prices were steady, despite a second straight day of losses on Wall Street overnight. But analysts said it was too early to say risk sentiment was back after a day of heavy losses in Asia. Other than on-going worries about the prospect of the U.S. tax reform plan and the pace of the Federal Reserve's rate hike, there were little market-moving headlines.
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
Asian stock markets were mostly firm on Thursday and oil prices were steady, despite a second straight day of losses on Wall Street overnight. But analysts said it was too early to say risk sentiment was ...
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 ...
TOKYO (AP) — Shares fell in Asia on Wednesday, tracking modest losses overnight on Wall Street, where the biggest drop in crude oil prices since October weighed on oil producers and other energy stocks. Japan's Nikkei 225 index slumped 0.9 percent after a lackluster GDP report for July-September.
The producer price index for October rose 0.4%, much more than the 0.1% increase predicted by economists, but Treasury yields are little changed Tuesday in reaction. Compared to a year ago, the PPI was up 2.8%, the largest year-on-year rise since February 2012. The two-year note yield rose one basis point, to 1.68%, but yields on lengthier maturities eased slightly as the flatting of the yield curve continued to flatten.
Investors appear confident that the status quo of ever-so-slow monetary tightening will continue at the Federal Reserve when Jerome Powell takes over from Janet Yellen in February. But some observers see ...