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Fed needs to say ‘it will no longer buy corporate bonds’ to break ‘feedback loop,’ says this fixed-income CIO

The Federal Reserve needs to specifically say it won't buy corporate debt anymore for some bond investors to believe its backstop for the sector isn't permanent, says Brad Tank, chief investment officer of fixed income at ...

10, 30-year Treasury yields recover overnight dip to stage solid post-Fed climb Monday

Yields for benchmark bonds on Monday climb on the long-end for the curve, with the so-called long bond notching its sharpest yield climb since March. The moves come as investors continue to position following a Federal Res...

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Markets are sending ‘peculiar’ signals as Fed changes tune — here’s what they mean

The dollar jumps as long-term bond yields fall and growth stocks outperform --- here's one way to tie it all together.

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AMC, big movie chains are more than meme stocks to property bond investors

Property bond investors with exposure to movie chains are less than thrilled about the sector's prospects, even as vaccinations in the U.S. ramp up and blazing temperatures boost the appeal of sitting in a cool, dark theat...

2-year Treasury yield logs biggest weekly gain in nearly 2 years as Fed’s Bullard says door opened to tapering

Long-dated Treasury yields recede Friday, but the short-term 2-year Treasury book the sharpest weekly rise in nearly 2 years as longer-dated bonds saw rates retreat, compressing the yield curve.

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When does the Juneteenth federal holiday go into effect in stock and bond markets? It’s complicated

The Juneteenth holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S. is now a new federal holiday after President Biden signed a bill into law on Thursday afternoon, making it a holiday on a par with Memorial Day, Independe...

30-year Treasury yield sees largest slide in 2 months in turbulent post-Fed action

Yields on U.S. government debt whip around Thursday with long-dated Treasurys seeing the biggest drop in weeks, a day after the Federal Reserve was seen adopting a more hawkish stance on monetary policy, signaling that ben...

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Fed sees record $756 billion demand for reverse repo program and may hit $1 trillion

Demand by banks and others using the Federal Reserve's overnight reverse repo program surged to a new $755.80 billion record high on Thursday, a day after the central bank bumped up how much it pays on parked cash.

2-year Treasury yields jump to highest in a year as Fed seen delivering ‘hawkish surprise,’ with 2 forecast interest rate hikes in 2023

U.S. government bond yields pop higher on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve held its policy interest rate unchanged as expected, but implied that it might raise interest rates earlier than it had previously expected, pen...

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s stock-market record is poor

After a big update from the Federal Open Market Committee Wednesday afternoon, markets were sliding and investors shouldn't be faulted for expecting a bearish reaction.

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Corporate bond spreads hit new post 2008 low despite debt boom, inflation concerns

Spreads in the biggest part of the roughly $10.7 trillion U.S. corporate bond market hit a post-2008 financial crisis low on Wednesday.

Treasury yields mostly hold steady as Fed meeting looms

Short-term Treasury yields on Tuesday extend their climb to monthly highs, but long-dated bonds were subdued, as fixed-income investors await the Federal Open Market Committee's Wednesday policy update, which could provide...

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Gold futures extend decline to lowest levels in a month

Gold futures fall on Tuesday, extending their decline to the lowest prices in a month, ahead of a policy update from the Federal Reserve, which could set the tone for financial markets over the next few months.

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What the market wants to hear from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell

Transitory, or not transitory? Therein lies the question that the Federal Reserve needs to answer on Wednesday, at the conclusion of the FOMC's two-day gathering.

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Jamie Dimon says JPMorgan is sitting on about $500 billion in cash, waiting to invest in higher rates

Banking giant JPMorgan is sitting on a near half-trillion-dollar stockpile of cash, waiting to invest in higher rates in the coming months, instead of buying Treasurys or other securities, Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said ...

2-year yield hits highest in a month, 10-year rises near 1.50% as market awaits Powell and company

Yields for U.S. government bonds on Monday rise as investors await a policy update from the Federal Reserve, with fixed-income investors closely watching the central bank's views on inflation.

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Gold futures settle at lowest in a month as investors wrestle with inflation outlook

Gold futures fell on Monday, with prices marking their lowest settlement in a month as U.S. Treasury yields strengthened a bit ahead of an important meeting of the Federal Reserve.

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Mortgage rates fell over the past week, despite inflation hitting a 13-year high. What’s going on?

‘The fact that rate movements don’t appear to be tied to any specific data or developments makes it difficult to chart their path forward.’

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Here is where higher inflation really hurts, says world’s largest asset manager

U.S. bond markets may be shrugging off concerns about the spike in the cost of living, but higher prices at the pump, for used cars and at grocery stores inflict a 'direct hit' to lower-income households, warns BlackRock's...

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Inflation scare? Look at this chart before freaking out

Inflation is on the rise in America, but if rising prices were likely to persist, contrary to the Federal Reserve's expectations, the data would be painting a different picture. one economist argued Friday.