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Treasury yields dip as traders eye inflation data at end of the week

Action in bond markets calmer than of late as investors were more accepting about the uncertain trajectory of Federal Reserve policy given fading b...

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Office property woes could be tip of iceberg if credit freezes up as $1 trillion bill comes due

2- and 10-year Treasury yields touch highest level in a week

U.S. bond yields rise for a second day on Tuesday as economic data points to resilience in the economy, reducing buying of safe-haven assets.

U.S. stocks close lower Tuesday as Treasury yields climb

U.S. stocks ended modestly lower on Tuesday, as Treasury yields rose, keeping pressure on the rate-sensitive Nasdaq Composite Index. The Dow Jones ...

U.S. bond yields jump as easing bank tensions reduce haven demand

A calmer tone across markets as tensions over the banking sector fade is reducing demand for perceived haven assets, such as government bonds.

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These charts suggest the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield’s uptrend has ended

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Bond market ‘screams’ rate cuts as yield curve points to real-time slowdown in U.S. economy

Fears about the global banking system has bond traders revisiting the idea of a full percentage point of rate cuts from the Federal Reserve by year-end.

2-year Treasury yield has biggest three-week decline in 35 years as traders assess latest signs of bank stress

Treasury yields fall on Friday as investors focus on fresh signs of stress in the financial sector after a week of central bank rate hikes.

2-year Treasury yield heads toward its biggest three-week decline since November 1987

Treasury yields plunged on Friday amid continued concerns about the global banking system, sending the policy-sensitive 2-year rate down by 18 basis points to 3.66% in morning trading. The yield is down more than 120 basi...

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‘Red alert recession signals.’ Gundlach expects the Fed to cut rates substantially ‘soon.’

Coming soon, a recession and Fed rate cuts, says DoubleLine Capital's chief executive and chief investment officer Jeffrey Gundlach.

Dow, S&P 500 post modest gains Thursday as investor focus returns to banking risks

U.S. stocks ended modestly higher Thursday in choppy trade as worries about potential weakness in the banking system resurfaced a day after the Federal Reserve increased hikes by 25 basis points. The Dow Jones Industrial A...

2-year Treasury yield plunges to lowest level of year amid focus on banking fallout

Most yields on U.S. government debt plunge on Thursday as investors and analysts focus on the potential for wider fallout emanating from the banking sector.

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Powell says no rate cuts in 2023, but the bond market doesn’t agree

The 'size and persistence of shocks' to the economy from the banking sector cast doubt on the Federal Reserve's insistence of no rate cuts, says economist.

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Stock-market investors should play defense as recession looks likely, portfolio managers say

It is too early to sound the all clear after the failure of two U.S. banks and the UBS rescue of Credit Suisse have sent shock waves through financial markets, while investors are still waiting for the 'next shoe to drop.'...

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Banking ‘angst’ is bottoming, but the rally in tech stocks is ignoring recession risks, warns TS Lombard

Investors appear less worried about a full-blown banking crisis, but TS Lombard strategists think the subsequent rally in technology stocks largely ignores recession risks.

Dow skids 530 points, stocks close sharply lower after Fed raises rates, says cuts unlikely this year

U.S. stocks closed sharply lower on Wednesday, giving up earlier gains, after the Federal Reserve raises interest rates by 25 basis points as expected, but talked down the possibility of cuts to rates this year. The Dow Jo...

2-year Treasury yield dives to one of lowest levels of year after Fed decision

Bond yields fall after Federal Reserve policy makers signal they don't anticipate more than one additional hike for this year after Wednesday's move.

S&P 500 pushes above 4,010 level, stocks turn higher after Fed raises rates by 25 basis points

U.S. stocks turned higher, shaking off earlier weakness, after the Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its policy rate as expected by 25 basis points to help fight inflation. The increase in interest rates comes despite re...

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Money-market funds swell to record $5.4 trillion as savers pull money from bank deposits

Assets held by money-market mutual funds swelled to a record high of $5.4 trillion last week as money flowed in at the fastest pace since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Crane Data, which tracks activity i...

2-year Treasury yield scores biggest one-day jump since June 2009 amid easing angst over banks

U.S. yields rise on Tuesday as traders bet that easing banking-sector angst will allow the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this week and in May.

2-year Treasury jumps back above 4% as selloff in bonds gains steam

The 2-year Treasury yield jumped 23 basis points to 4.15% in New York morning trading amid a broad-based selloff of government debt ahead of the Federal Reserve’s policy decision on Wednesday. Tuesday’s selloff also produc...

30-year Treasury yield gets biggest jump in almost a week as markets assess global banking system

Treasury yields finish higher, after reversing an earlier run of risk aversion that had sent investors into perceived havens.

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Gold prices settle at highest since April as banking jitters persist

Gold prices settle Monday at their highest in about 11 months, after briefly topping the key $2,000-an-ounce mark.

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Bank failures like SVB are a reminder that ‘risk-free’ assets can still wreck portfolios

What went wrong with SVB's investment securities? Why it matters for markets and the Fed's inflation fight.

2-year Treasury yield posts biggest weekly decline in more than 35 years

U.S. bond yields plunge, capping off a week of volatility, as worries about the banking sector outweigh assessments on how high interest rates will go.

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Be cautious of floating-rate commercial real estate debt, says Barclays

Nitya Capital is reportedly looking to sell about 40% of its multifamily portfolio because rate hikes are making its floating-rate debt a lot more expense.