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By Rodrigo Campos, Reuters | March 13, 2015
By Lukanyo Mnyanda | January 28, 2015
Greek creditors are in no mood to compromise, forcing the ECB to scramble before Greece's turmoil unravels into the rest of the region.
By Liz Capo McCormick and Lukanyo Mnyanda, Bloomberg | January 26, 2015
U.S. bond yields touch record lows as the anti-austerity won Sunday's Greek election.
By Martin McGuire | December 29, 2014
There were a lot of reports and surveys over the last week indicating consensus view that treasury rates are scheduled to move higher in 2015. Laggards have taken positions in the last few sessions and shorts are held in weaker hands.
By Martin McGuire | October 15, 2014
The toughest thing to do is be patient while the market finds the cyclical yield low.
By Andrew Wilkinson | October 14, 2014
Fears for tighter monetary policy in both the UK and the United States reached boiling-point during the second and third quarters.
By Howard Simons | October 1, 2014
Traders form habits quickly. Understanding these and their effects can better equip us to decipher actual market moves.
By Andrew Wilkinson | September 30, 2014
Some observers have pointed to overbought conditions as the dollar grinds ever-higher.
By Martin McGuire | September 22, 2014
Open interest in Eurodollar futures rose on Friday as yield curve flattened throughout the first six years on above average volume.
By Martin McGuire | July 15, 2014
During the last 5 years, the bund has never traded a 5 session period where the sum of the open to close levels has been as modest as now.