Rates Traders Flood Dovish BOC Bets as Nafta Outlook Worsens
China remained the largest foreign owner of Treasuries in April even with a slight drop in holdings.
Brazil’s U.S. Bond Buying Makes It a Top Contender Beyond Soccer
Bond Traders Make $45 Million Wager on a Turbulent Stretch Ahead
A currency rout in Brazil is pushing Treasuries traders to renew bets that the U.S. yield curve will steepen further
BlackRock, Jefferies Press Pause on Dollar as Europe Rebounds
Bond Traders' Fed Wagers Now Hinge on Jobs as Italy Angst Ebbs
Goldman, Morgan Stanley at Odds Over Loonie's Outlook Before BOC
FX Trading Advice at CIBC Skips the Dollar Amid Perplexing Rally
Rates Linkup Comes Back to Sting Dollar Bulls as Yields Plateau
Three Hedge Fund Managers Face Down Wall Street's Dollar Doom
Hedge Fund Riding Dollar Rally Focuses on CPI Before Data Desert
Treasury officials have no concern about demand for U.S. debt. Bond investors are may render their verdict.
FX Market Inefficiency Leaves Money on Table for Profit Seekers
The U.S. dollar has reached the level it hasn’t touched since May 2017.
As Most Crowded Trades Turn Sour, Fund Managers Brace for Pain
Asian Stocks Head for Mixed Start; Yen Slips: Markets Wrap
Dollar bulls looking for a breakout find support in U.S. interest rate as yields climb to levels unseen since 2014.
With World's Biggest FX Trade Shackled, Investors Get Creative
Currency Volatility Lags as Fireworks Leave Traders Trendless
Returning U.S. Appetite for Foreign Debt Dents Dollar's Fortunes