Now, as Treasury considers setting aside even more money, market watchers say the swings are bound to get worse.
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Treasury Sets Stage for 20-Year Bond Reboot to Start in May
Trump Administration Clears Way for New Currency Tariffs
Treasury Set to Detail 20-Year Bond Role in $1 Trillion Funding
U.S. Opens Humanitarian Banking Channel for Assistance to Iran
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sees the U.S.’s new 20-year bond “slightly” extending the average maturity on government debt
Wilbur Ross said the U.S. was still considering slapping levies on European auto imports.
France Says U.S. Agreed on a Path to Global Tech Tax Accord
Mnuchin Still Has Hopes for Ultra-Long Bonds Even After 20-Year
Le Maire Says France Agrees on Digital Tax Framework With U.S.
Mnuchin Threatens U.S. Car Tariffs to Counter Digital Tax
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that tariff cuts will depend on reaching a phase-two agreement.
Record-low interest rates give the Treasury a reason to revisit a proposal it has shelved in the past.
The U.S.-China trade deal reaffirms the nations’ G-20 commitments to forgo competitive devaluations.
Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan Agree to U.S.-Brokered Deal Over Nile Dam
Among its requirements is a resumption of the economic dialogues that past administrations have held with China.