Liz Capo McCormick
The Federal Reserve wonders why even after it’s more hawkish these days, yet the debt markets don’t quite buy it.
Inside the $700 Billion (and Growing) Bond-Bull Empire in Newark
For bond traders, the days of begging for more volatility may be over.
The ballooning federal budget deficit under Trump will force the U.S. to borrow more than $1 trillion this year.
Mnuchin Says $1 Trillion U.S. Debt Plan Isn't Affecting Markets
It’s getting harder and harder to quarantine the selloff in Treasuries from equities and corporate bonds.
Battered bond bulls found their hopes salvaged as crumbling equity markets drove investors to the safety of debt.
Treasury Yield at 3% May Mark End of Rout, or Just the Beginning
Treasury Lifts Coupon-Debt Sales for First Time Since 2009
10-year treasury yields at the highest levels since 2014
Welcome to the New Reality of Leaping U.S. Treasury Debt Sales
Beware the $500 Billion Bond Exodus as Offshore Cash Comes Home
Dollar bears take heed: Asian central banks may be putting the brakes on the greenback’s slide.
The Worry About Giant Foreign Buyers of U.S. Debt: QuickTake Q&A
U.S. debt rebounds after jolt on news that China may slow purchase of the U.S. debt.
News from Beijing may be ‘shot across the bow’ on trade issues.
For the markets, inflation is an under appreciated risk in 2018.
U.S. Treasury sales are about to double in 2018. Who is buying?
Love It or Hate It, Libor's Rise Matters for Trillions of Debt
Treasury Market's China Tailwind Seen Fading at the Wrong Time
As traders debate the likely pace of Fed rate hikes, hawkish and dovish structures crop up in the eurodollar market.