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|... consumer prices fell 0.4 per cent in April and annual inflation was 1.1 per cent. St George economist Janu Chan said US Treasuries and Australian bond futures prices strengthened after the disappointing figures. "Sentiment weakened with the run of US ...|
|... purchases (quantitative easing) for longer." Ms Chan said the continuation of quantitative easing helped support US Treasuries prices. At 0830 AEST on Thursday, the June 10-year bond futures contract was trading at 96.750 (implying a yield of 3.250 per ...|
|... shiny metal to the CBs - it was what they termed, a "non-appreciating, non-interest bearing asset. So they went for US Treasuries which, over the same period, fell from 4.53% to below 2.0%. That was until the CB's agreed not sell more than 2,000 tonnes ...|
|... those trillions of yen seeking higher yields. PIMCO boss, Bill Gross, anticipates that some of these will flow onto US Treasuries. He's reportedly raised his holdings of US 10-year bonds to 33% of the Total Return Fund's assets in March because, "This ...|
|... Nevertheless, this latest bout of financial market volatility has brought not a few investors back into the safety of US Treasuries. The yield on benchmark 10-year US Treasuries dipped below 2.0% on the Cyprus conundrum after gradually edging up over ...|
|... more than offset by the Fed's monthly purchases of MBS worth around US$40 billion monthly and US$45 billion in US Treasuries. So net-net, the US economy is still getting stimulated, is it not? And this is happening at the same time that the national ...|
|... concluded, these are not "pure defaults-but as instances of defaults and restructuring". This is perhaps the reason why US Treasuries remain the go to asset class in times of uncertainty and trouble, even if it's over its own.|
|2013 | FRIDAY, 14 DEC 2012|
|... after the new chief of the central bank accidentally signalled recently a weakening resolve to control inflation. US Treasuries may not be overly attractive in this environment noting that in nations with proper political governance this would trigger ...|
|... rates. The accumulation of surplus and savings in China, the oil exporting countries and Asia are recycled back into US Treasuries. Inflation is no longer a problem. And in case it still is, the Fed has shown that it could immediately contain rising ...|
|... Friday). Perverse as it may be but the more markets expects trouble in the US, the more they flock into the safety of US Treasuries.|
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