Liz Capo McCormick
Investors may be missing the most important movement afoot in the world’s biggest debt market.
The 10-year Treasury yield finally reached 3 percent. Then that pesky stock market got in the way.
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The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield rose above 3 percent for the first time since January 2014.
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Treasuries traders have a new level to focus on: the pivotal 3 percent mark on 10-year notes.
European sovereign debt sale and surging commodities prices are giving Treasury-market bears their mojo back.
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Overseas investors in U.S. bonds may be getting skittish -- bad news if the country wants to borrow.
Bond calls that will be above 4% in two years come with a caveat: U.S.-China trade tensions don’t escalate.
Two- to 10-year Treasury curve approaches narrowest since 2007.
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The U.S. Treasury market has yet to buy fully into the fear that’s sending equities sliding.
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Short-term funding markets worldwide are starting to feel the effects of soaring U.S. dollar Libor rates.
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