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|... said. Looking at the impact on bond markets, Leech said that with the exception of the Taper Tantrum, long-term US Treasuries have been "a pretty good diversifier to risk." "They help provide a portfolio balance and actually provided positive returns ...|
|... expectations ... and they're not. Inflation expectations - measured by the differential between the nominal yield on US Treasuries and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) - indicate that price growth would remain below the Fed's 2.0% target ...|
|... expectations. Wall Street seemed to be. The S&P 500 index closed more than half a percent on the up while yield on 10-year US Treasuries closed 5 bps lower to 2.15%. But let's not jump the gun here. The Empire State Manufacturing Survey, after all, tracks ...|
|... outside chance they may start the tightening cycle in September. In light of that, Reynolds has a short exposure to US Treasuries in the Goldman Sachs Global Strategic Bond fund and a corresponding long position in Canadian interest rates, anticipating ...|
|... bond yields have climbed to 2.38% last night from 2.17% at the start of the year and there may be more losses from US Treasuries coming once the Fed starts lift-off. Explanation four. Money printing -- this time from the ECB and the BOJ -- would one ...|
|... media stocks valuation were "stretched." And "compared to returns on safe assets like bonds"? The yield on 10-year US Treasuries has risen from this year's low of 1.64% to 2.41% (as at last night). And this still doesn't include the negative repercussions ...|
|... Street was at best ... confused - the S&P 500 index gained 0.2% (later than sooner lift-off) but yields on 10-year US Treasuries rose to 2.18% from 2.12% and the US dollar index appreciated by 0.6% to 97.4 overnight (sooner than later lift-off). The ...|
|... safe-haven buying due to the return of "contagion" spook in Europe as evidenced by the drop in the yield on 10-year US treasuries to 2.13% overnight from 2.21% at the open. While Greece and 'the institutions' continue their pretend and extend game - ...|
|... they were expected to go. The VIX index dove by 10.8% The US dollar index dropped by 2.3%; the yield on 10-year US Treasuries dropped by 13 bps to 1.92% and the yield on 2-years declined by 12 bps to 0.55%. US equities rallied: The S&P 500 gained 1.3% ...|
|... tantrum" and set out to new heights. Or is this time different? The "taper tantrum" of mid-2013 sent yields on 10-year US Treasuries up, US equities lower and the VIX index rising ... and then the tantrum tapered. Financial markets learned to live with ...|
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