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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 yields, by comparison, hovered close to the session peak of 0.82 percent, which marked the highest yield since April 2011. US 30-year bond yields, meanwhile, earlier in the session hit a more than eight-week high of 3.08 percent. The bulk of the move higher in US yields occurred Tuesday, when a rise in German Bund yields triggered investor skittishness about whether the Fed will hike rates for the first time since 2006 on Thursday. The ...

Prices gain as stocks fall, before next week's Fed meeting NEW YORK: US Treasury prices gained on Friday as stocks fell and as investors focused on whether the Federal Reserve is likely to raise interest rates for the first time in almost a decade when it meets next week.Investors have reduced expectations that the US central bank will act next week due to stock market turmoil from concerns over Chinese and global growth.If the Fed does not raise rates, it may still suggest that an ...
Prices edge higher on dovish ECB, US jobs data eyed NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices rose on Thursday after a dovish outlook from the European Central Bank made US government debt more attractive than European counterparts but caution ahead of Friday's monthly US employment report limited gains. The European Central Bank cut its inflation and growth forecasts for the euro zone and its president, Mario Draghi, said things could get worse. The bank pledged to beef up or prolong its bond-buying program if the picture ...
Canadian dollar slides as oil prices fall TORONTO: The Canadian dollar weakened against the US dollar on Monday as volatile crude prices retreated and as investors positioned for month-end trading and ahead of a busy week for economic data.Oil prices slid after staging their biggest two-day rally in six years last week, on renewed worries over excess supply and China's slowing economy.After a quiet period on the economic data front, investors are turning their attentions to this week's Canadian data including second ...
Prices gain on China worries, month-end buying NEW YORK: US safe-haven Treasuries prices rose on Monday on continued concerns over China and emerging market economies, while month-end buying gave longer-dated Treasuries prices a greater boost. China, the world's second-biggest economy, will release its official reading on August factory conditions on Tuesday and economists polled by Reuters believe activity likely shrank at its fastest pace in three years. Concerns about other emerging market economies also underpinned Treasuries prices. In addition, purchases of longer-dated ...
US bonds fall after July durable goods data NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices fell on Wednesday as a surprise rise in domestic orders for durable goods soothed some concerns about a sharp deceleration in US economic growth in the third quarter stemming from a slowdown in China. Yields on short-to-medium dated maturities climbed to fresh one-week highs as the latest data revived bets the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates by year-end. The Commerce Department said on Wednesday durable goods orders gained 2.0 ...
US 10-year yields fall to 4-month lows on China NEW YORK: The yield on US Treasuries notes declined to four-month lows on Monday as investors rushed into low-risk US government debt due to growing fears about China's financial woes on the global economy. Traders dumped stocks and commodities across the globe in favor of safehaven assets including German Bunds, yen and gold. Benchmark 10-year Treasuries notes were last up 17/32 in price for a yield of 1.990 percent, down 6 basis points from late ...


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