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US bond prices jump after disappointing jobs report NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices rose on Friday with benchmark yields falling to their lowest in 5-1/2 weeks as a weak jobs report for September reduced economists' expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year. Employers hired 142,000 people last month, far below the 203,000 forecasters expected and August numbers were revised lower to show only 136,000 jobs were added in August, the US Labor Department said. "The US economy has been the one shining star globally and the report creates doubts on that front," said Priya Misra, head of global rate strategy at TD Securities in New York. Benchmark ten-year Treasuries notes were up more than 1 point in price to yield 1.918 percent, down 12 basis points from late Thursday. The 30-year bond was up almost 2 points in price with a yield of 2.758 percent, down 9 basis points on the day. Copyright ...

Bond prices advance as stocks, commodities fall NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices gained on Monday as global equity prices fell amid concerns over sluggish economic growth in China and falling commodity prices, ahead of Friday's highly anticipated employment report. Worries about global growth have reduced investor appetite for risk and increased demand for safe-haven bonds, even as US data shows a still-strengthening economy. A 30 percent plunge in shares of mining giant Glencore traded in London, and an 8.8 percent drop in ...
US bonds fall with Bunds on euro zone growth data NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices fell on Wednesday along with their German counterparts as data showing an expected slight fall in euro zone manufacturing growth reduced anxiety about global growth that was briefly heightened by a dismal reading on China's economy. Euro zone business growth slowed this month, a survey showed. Markit's Composite Flash Purchasing Managers' Index came in at 53.9, down from 54.3 in August. A Reuters poll had predicted a dip to 54.1. ...
US bond prices rise on stock market sell-off NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices rose on Tuesday as a sell-off in stock and commodity markets worldwide stemming from lingering worries about the global economy revived safehaven demand for lower-risk government debt. The bond market recouped some of Monday's losses linked to competition from higher-yielding corporate bond supply and several top Federal Reserve officials suggesting a rate increase by year-end is on the table. A 19 percent drop in the share price of Volkswagen weighed ...
Yields extend declines on doubts over 2015 Fed rate hike NEW YORK: US Treasury yields fell on Friday, extending the previous day's declines after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged Thursday and doubts grew as to whether it would tighten policy at all this year. The Fed held off on a move in a bow to worries about the global economy, financial market volatility and sluggish inflation at home. But it left open the possibility of a modest policy tightening later this year. Analysts ...
Yields tumble after Fed leaves rates unchanged NEW YORK: US Treasury yields fell on Thursday, with two-year yields declining the most in one day in six and a half years, after the Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged after its two-day policy meeting. US two-year note yields fell about 13 basis points to a nearly two-week low of 0.68 percent after the Fed kept rates unchanged in a nod to concerns about a weak world economy, but left open the possibility of a ...
Yields remain high on Bund yield jump, Fed uncertainty NEW YORK: US Treasury yields remained elevated on Wednesday in response to higher German Bund yields, while traders' uncertainty on whether the Federal Reserve would hike rates Thursday also kept US yields high. German Bund yields shot higher for a second day, with benchmark 10-year Bund yields hitting a nearly two-week high of 0.80 percent. The continued move higher was largely a result of new supply entering the market during thin trading. US two-year note ...


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