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|... equity markets closed mixed: Dow +0.13%, S&P 500 +0.03%, Nasdaq -0.11%, Russell 2000 -0.63%; the yield on 10-year US Treasuries was unchanged at 1.8%; and the Bloomberg US dollar spot index ticked up by a mere 0.2%. Yes Virginia, there's nothing ...|
|... I'm wrong. US recession fears - resulting from the negative spread between the yield on 10-year and two-year US Treasuries - of the past week have eased (for now), sending Wall Street on a rebound on the last day of last week's trading. Wall ...|
|... (1.4% in the year to June). What is more is that US inflation expectations - the yield differential between 10-year US Treasuries and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) has fallen to their lowest level in three years to 1.59% from a high ...|
|... dead! Bond markets celebrate! News headlines have picked up on the fall and fall in the yield offered by 10-year US Treasuries. The yield closed at 2.24% overnight, down from 2.26% the day before - the lowest since September 2017. But the chart below ...|
|... year to April, down from 1.8% in 2017 and 2018. This is perhaps, what the overnight dive in the yield on 10-year US Treasuries reacted upon - down to 2.26%, the lowest yield since September 2017. You can blame Tariff Trump and his trade war with the ...|
|... trading activity - up 28% and 22.9% from their respective 2019 lows. What gives? What gave that the yield on 10-year US Treasuries has fallen below the 1-year T-note. Yes, Virginia, the US yield curve has inverted and history shows that this is almost ...|
|... 2016 quarter. Wall Street's reaction: equity markets dipped, the US dollar index advanced and the yield on US Treasuries rose. Such financial market configuration suggests that expectations could be turning from a steady Fed to an outside chance ...|
|... to 3.7% compared with the long-term average of 4.4%. Similarly, the higher yield investors could get from buying US Treasuries now outmatches the dividend yield (1.86%) they could get from the S&P 500. Sell? Dump stocks? Head for the hills? ...or buy ...|
|... (as the FRBSF shows) but with the Fed on a rising path towards higher rates and investors flocking into long-term US Treasuries - for safety against Trump's protectionist policies, the developing emerging market crisis, and for whatever reasons - ...|
|... prompted a series of rate hikes from the Fed so much so that the fed funds rate was higher than the yield on 10-year US Treasuries (yield curve inversion) that was later on followed by the Great Recession. This is one of the reasons why Atlanta Fed president ...|
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The chief executive of NewCo is set to exit among other changes to CBA's group executive lineup.
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A boutique founded by former Kapstream portfolio manager is gearing up to list three strategies as ETFs on Chi-X.
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Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy has hit out against vocal critics of the super system on the opening morning of the 2019 ASFA Conference in Melbourne today.
The managing director of an AMP-aligned dealer group is exiting the business to take on a new role.
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