U.S. government debt prices were higher Thursday as investors eyed the auction of $28 billion in seven-year notes.
Garry Jones, CEO of LME, discusses the language of open outcry and how market traders communicate in the trading pit.
Tim Haywood, head of fixed income at GAM, discusses the likelihood of bond prices rallying following Janet Yellen's speech at Jackson Hole this week.
Bonds were lower as investors continued to digest the latest comments from several Federal Reserve speakers.
The debt market may be "broken," like Paul Singer says, but that does not mean it's heading for sudden collapse, a strategist told CNBC on Friday.
Christopher Mahon, director of asset allocation research at Baring Asset Management, discusses options for investing when looking for a decent return.
U.S. government debt prices were higher Thursday as investors looked to the release of data.
Ultra-low and negative bond yields are pushing traditional debt investors to look at equities — but buyers should beware of “dividend darlings,” a strategist told CNBC.
Steve Cook, co-head of EM fixed income at PineBridge Investments, discusses reasons to invest in emerging market bonds and fixed income.
Portugal's bond yield rose sharply for a second straight day, hitting its highest in almost three weeks after a warning on the country's rating.
The Bank of England found no shortage of sellers as it purchased gilts on Tuesday, avoiding a repeat of last week, when it fell short of its target.
Investors yearning higher yields while keeping a lid on risks have had a hard time of late, but Kiwi bonds may come to the rescue.
U.K. sovereign bonds have been one of the best-performing assets in 2016, but this is a troubling sign, according to one market expert.
U.S. government debt prices were broadly higher on Friday as investors digested the release of several pieces of data.
The Treasury Department auctioned $15 billion in 30-year bonds at a high yield of 2.274 percent on Thursday.
Ultra-low and negative bond yields may push debt investors to look at equities with bond-type characteristics, a senior Citi strategist told CNBC.
Fixed income investors were given a little more to chew on with new research that detailed what could cause a significant sell-off in U.S. Treasurys.
Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones, describes how central banks have flattened interest rates, creating problems for fixed income investors.
U.S. Treasury notes rose for a second day on Wednesday, as bonds around the world gained.
Fixed income has absolutely no value and investors should instead prepare for the return of inflation, according to one analyst.