Bob Janjuah, co-head of cross-asset allocation strategy at Nomura, says he expects Italian and Spanish 10-year bond yields to fall to 1 percent, adding that fixed income is "the place to be" rather than equities.
Nick Gartside, chief investment officer for fixed income at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Michael Gallagher, director of research at IDEAGlobal, discuss the likely movement of euro zone bonds as the European Central Bank is expected to announce quantitative easing.
Bonds hit session lows on after a private report on sentiment in early January reduced some worries about domestic growth.
Discussing the ripple effects from forex markets on currencies and its impact on U.S. equities, with Dan Heckman, U.S. Bank Wealth Mangement, and Burns McKinney, NFJ Investment Group.
Hayden Briscoe, Director of Asia Pacific Fixed Income at Alliance Bernstein, says reversal of central bank policies will bring about more volatility this year and explains what that means for the fixed income space.
Yields on U.S. government debt were lower on Thursday after U.S. jobless claims and producer data.
U.S. Treasury prices pared some gains after the government's auction of 30-year bonds and the release of the Fed's monthly Beige Book report on business activity.
U.S. sovereign bond prices were little changed on Wednesday as oil price weakness caused severe selling in copper and global equities.
Christine Johnson, head of fixed income at Old Mutual Global Investors, discusses what form European Central Bank quantitative easing needs to take in order for it to go down well with markets.
U.S. government debt prices were little changed on Monday ahead of earnings from aluminium producer Alcoa.
Long dated U.S. Treasury notes turned flat to lower on Friday, after the December U.S. nonfarm payroll report came in better than expected.
Virginie Maisonneuve, deputy CIO at PIMCO, says that given the low-growth environment in Europe, investors need to have bonds in their portfolios.
U.S. government debt prices narrowed earlier losses after a reading on weekly jobless claims.
U.S. Treasury debt prices turned flat on Wednesday after the Fed released the minutes from its mid-December meeting.
Investors are buying into bonds because they are worried about equities, valuations and falling oil prices, says Kumar Palghat, Founder & Director of Kapstream Capital.
U.S. government debt prices spiked on Tuesday as the price of oil price continued its free-fall and Greece prepares for a snap general election.
Medium and longer-dated U.S. Treasury notes climbed on Monday, as U.S. stock index futures fell, pressured by the fall in oil prices.
Yields on U.S. Treasury bonds fell after manufacturing data for December and construction spending numbers for November came in below expectations.
U.S. Treasury bonds held steady on Wednesday after the jobless claims report, with markets set to close early ahead of the New Year holiday.
Kevin Adams, director of fixed income at Henderson Global Investors, says investors should put their money into sub-investment grade bonds in the search for yield.