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By Susanne Walker | January 30, 2015
By Andrew Wilkinson | January 28, 2015
There was little inside the policy statement to unsettle investors, but post-event stocks have made a fresh two-day low and volatility is on the rise. The
The Federal Open Market Committee convenes for the first time this year, with few analysts looking for any change in its stance or indeed the accompanying statement due for release Wednesday.
By Andrew Wilkinson | January 22, 2015
For much of 2010-11 anticipation of Fed-driven QE sent the euro against the dollar to by $1.50 as U.S. yields plunged. The chart shows the spread between comparable German and U.S. two-year yields.
By Susanne Walker and Anchalee Worrachate, Bloomberg | January 15, 2015
Treasury notes advanced after the Swiss National Bank made investment rate changes.
By Daniel Kruger and Susanne Walker, Bloomberg | January 14, 2015
Treasury 30-year bonds yields fell to a record-low 2.39% as the collapse in oil and commodity prices fueled speculation the global economy may fall into a deflationary spiral and stifle growth.
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 Martin McGuire | October 23, 2014
Equities have recovered smartly and the fear is gone. Soon many will be talking about the Fed possibly needing to start rate hikes in mid-'15 or sooner...again.
By Martin McGuire | September 24, 2014
Treasury 10-year futures is largely unchanged from yesterday’s close, having recovered from an overnight retrace that drew trade toward the mid-point of Tuesday’s advance.
By Martin McGuire | September 2, 2014
Friday’s price action can be characterized as a ‘spinning top’, displaying indecision at the point of accelerating to new highs.