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|... lifted just 0.1%; the US dollar index dipped a little (92.64 from yesterday's 92.51 close); Yields on two-year US Treasuries were unchanged and up by only one basis point for the tenners. The certainty of it all sent the already low VIX index down to ...|
|... paraphrase the Fed, evolving broadly as anticipated. Even the markets have taken this on board. Yields on two-year US Treasuries jumped to 1.38% overnight - a 13 basis point increase from the 1.25% level it closed at on the week ended 8 September. Yields ...|
|... all fears - well, nearly all - many investors braced for didn't quite add up. US equities, the yield on 10-year US Treasuries and the US dollar, they all fell down last week as investors feared an escalation of tensions with North Korea - after its testing ...|
|... US$0.7733 recorded in late March. The rationales were rational enough: Australian bond's shrinking yield premium over US Treasuries - from a peak of 42 basis points to a low of 16bps in late May; commodity prices were falling - the Bloomberg commodity ...|
|... yields plus lower inflation lifts real interest rates - measured by the difference between the yield on 10-year US Treasuries and core inflation - even more. Real US interest rates based on this measure has risen to 0.58% in June from 0.19% in January ...|
|... Eurozone and the UK - that the end of cheap money is nigh. But while yields on 10-year bonds have risen sharply - US Treasuries were up 23 basis points to 2.37% overnight from 2.14% at the close of the week ended 23 June (before hawkish comments); Eurozone ...|
|... we certainly want to avoid that". Inflation expectations - as measured by the 10-year yield differential between US Treasuries and TIPS (Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities) have clearly trended lower. The differential stood at 1.7% overnight, down ...|
|... has never been this fearless in more than 23 years (January 1994 when the index read 9.94) - the yield on 10-year US Treasuries were up a mere 2 bps to 2.26% and the US dollar index down a tad (0.2%) to 97.11. All these despite the increasing implementation ...|
|... 10-year US bond yields suggests that this adage may have jumped over into the bond market. The yield on 10-year US Treasuries closed at 2.33% last week - a 30 basis point stumble from this year's high of 2.63% recorded on 13 March (a day before the Fed's ...|
|... 2000 index - small US companies that would benefit more from Trump's "America First" policy. The yield on 10-year US Treasuries declined nine basis points to 2.4% and inflation expectations - measured by the difference between the nominal yield on 10-year ...|
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