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Yields fall as Greek debt talks lack progress NEW YORK: US Treasury yields fell on Tuesday as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras blamed an impasse in negotiations on disagreements among its international lenders, rattling stocks and increasing demand for safe-haven debt.Greece is set to default on a 1.6 billion euro ($1.80 billion) debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund on June 30 unless it receives fresh funds by then. A default could drive it to exit the eurozone.The German ZEW indicator of investor sentiment also came in below forecast on Tuesday, adding to concerns over the eurozone's economic prospects."We had the disappointing German ZEW release and ongoing jitters about the Greek situation," said Ian Lyngen, senior government bond strategist at CRT Capital in Stamford, Connecticut.Benchmark 10-year notes were last up 9/32 in price to yield 2.33 percent, down from 2.36 percent late on Monday.In the United States, the main focus is this week's two-day Federal Reserve meeting. Investors ...

US bonds rally with Europe, strong auction NEW YORK: The US Treasuries market rallied on Thursday with benchmark yields retreating from seven-month highs as lower European borrowing costs and a strong 30-year bond sale renewed appetite for US government bonds following a two-day selloff.Traders buying bonds to exit earlier bond bets also spurred the market recovery despite an in-line report on domestic retail sales, which showed a healthy 1.2 percent rise in May, suggesting the US economy is regaining momentum from a ...
US yields hit 7-month highs on supply NEW YORK: US Treasuries yields rose on Tuesday with benchmark yields reaching seven-month highs on selling spurred by this week's flood of debt supply, including $24 billion in three-year government notes.Investors' sales and dealers' hedging tied to an expected hefty supply of corporate bonds exacerbated the rise in Treasuries yields following last Friday's surprisingly strong US jobs report, analysts said."The theme du jour is supply, which is expected to accelerate this week," said Ed Atkins, ...
US bond yields fall as Greece worries stoke safety bid NEW YORK: Yields on US Treasury debt ended mostly lower on Monday with benchmark yields retreating from seven-month highs as concerns about Greece and its ability to avert default renewed demand from investors for lower-risk government debt.Greece and its creditors have not reached a deal for the cash-strapped country to obtain more funds. Greece delayed a 300 million euro payment to the International Monetary Fund last week and rattled investors on Friday when Prime Minister ...
Benchmark yields post largest weekly rise in two years NEW YORK: US benchmark Treasury debt yields on Friday posted their best weekly performance in two years after data showed the world's largest economy created more jobs than expected last month, bolstering prospects for a Federal Reserve interest rate hike in September. Yields jumped across the board, especially at the front end of the curve.US two-year note yields hit a more than four-year peak and five-year yields touched a six-month high. As a result, the ...
Long-term yields fall from 8-month highs in line with German bonds NEW YORK: US long-term Treasury debt yields on Thursday dropped from eight-month peaks in line with a pullback in German bond yields in what market participants described as a technically driven rally in prices. A better-than-expected US jobless claims report had briefly boosted Treasury yields. Overall, some analysts believed the recent sell-off in Treasuries may have gone too far. "We were a little oversold here," said Dan Heckman, senior fixed income strategist at US Bank ...
US 10-year yield at 7-month peak, in line with Bunds NEW YORK: US Treasury debt yields hit seven-month highs on Wednesday, bolstered by a solid US private sector employment report for May and gains in German bond yields after the European Central Bank raised its inflation forecast for this year. Yields on ten-year German Bunds jumped to 0.89 percent, the highest since late October last year. "I think the big story is we are trading off as Europe leads the way down (in price)," said ...


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