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By Howard L. Simons | February 15, 2015
By Daniel Kruger | December 8, 2014
The difference between yields on U.S. five-year notes and 30-year bonds narrowed to least in almost six years as below-target inflation makes longer-term securities relatively more attractive.
By Andrew Wilkinson | July 15, 2014
Fed Chairman Yellen further hedged just about any outcome for the U.S. economy, which she said still needs time to complete its recovery.
By Martin McGuire | July 9, 2014
The meat of the auction cycle starts today with $21 billion of 10-year Treasuries.
By Andrew Wilkinson | July 7, 2014
Weighing on stock prices is the thought process claiming the Federal Reserve must hasten its timetable for reining in ultra-loose monetary policy.
By Martin McGuire | June 23, 2014
Hedge funds have pared bank on their net-short Eurodollar position over the last two weeks.
By Martin McGuire | May 19, 2014
The Treasury 5-30 yield spread is as wide as it has been in a month.
By Martin McGuire | April 23, 2014
Many fixed income contracts struggled to recover even half of the decline from last Thursday in the third session since.
By Martin McGuire | April 22, 2014
There are a lot of reasons to like the long end of the U.S. Treasury curve, but...