Shifting Treasuries Buyer Base May Be Bond-Market Achilles Heel
Strong data and soothing words pulled markets out of a tailspin on Friday.
Yields on the two- and five-year sectors fell relative to shorter-dated maturities causing portions of the curve to invert.
Forget Fed Hikes, Traders Are Now Fully Pricing a Cut by April 2020
Market's Favorite Recession Indicator Lurches Lower in New Year
The 10-year yield fell as low as 2.68 percent Monday, a level last seen in the teeth of February’s volatility spike.
Treasuries May Have to Wait Until After New Year for Resolutions
Risk-averse trading in December has dragged the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield down to 2.72 percent.
A Vocal Minority Is Echoing Trump's Concern About Fed Tightening
Traders Sticking to Safer Bets as U.S. Political Events Confound
The Japanese yen, seen by many as a safe haven, gained for a seventh day, rising 0.1 percent to 111.19 per dollar.
Quantitative Tightening Is Already Rattling Markets Worldwide
Some thought written statement from the Federal Open Market Committee didn’t sufficiently address mounting market strains.
For Some, Curve Inversion Isn't If or When, But How Deep
One Section of the U.S. Yield Curve May Invert as Soon as Today
Bond Traders Are at Risk of Interpreting Powell’s Shift Too Dovishly
Goldman's Word of Caution for Rates Traders Ahead of Powell’s Speech
U.S stocks sell-off stirred memories of past market turbulence as investors begin questioning viability of Fed’s tightening path.
Not Everyone's Abandoning Those Calls for Yield-Curve Inversion
Skip the Battle of Brexit, Try Trading the Bank of England's War
Gundlach sees risks building in both the corporate bond markets, due in part to worsening debt profiles.