U.S. government debt prices were lower on Friday as investors eyed the release of data ahead of the three-day Presidents Day weekend.» Read More
Anthony O'Brien, European rates strategist at Morgan Stanley, says the U.K.'s forward guidance is a "sham" and an interest rate hike could come before the end of the year.
U.S. bonds traded higher on Tuesday, as markets reopened after the President's Day long weekend.
Lyn Graham Taylor, rates strategist at Rabobank, says there was "knee jerk" optimism in the Italian bond market after incoming Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was asked to form a new government in Italy.
U.S. bonds retraced the previous day's ranges, in the wake of more data hit by poor weather.
Treasurys rose after two days of losses as softer-than expected US data rekindled the view that the Fed could pause in reducing its asset buying.
US bonds held on to earlier losses on Wednesday after the Treasury auctioned $24 billion in 10-year notes at a high yield of 2.795 percent.
Yields on long-dated U.S. Treasurys held onto some of the highest rates seen in two weeks on Wednesday, following Yellen's reassurances.
U.S. bonds continued to creep higher on Monday, as Friday's disappointing jobs number did little to abate investors' move into "safe-haven" assets.
U.S. government bond markets have stayed relatively calm in recent weeks and analysts told CNBC the Federal Reserve should be pleased.
Brian Dunnett, Senior Product Specialist at HSBC Global Asset Management, thinks systemic risks in Europe are abating, which should make the fixed income space attractive.
U.S. government yields fell after U.S. payrolls data disappointed Wall Street with modest job growth.
Don Smith, rates strategist at ICAP, says a weakening "growth dynamic" in the euro zone could have a negative impact on bonds.
U.S. government bonds were lower on Thursday, unmoved by a clutch of data as markets geared up for the all-important monthly jobs report.
Jeffrey Rosenberg, BlackRock, provides perspective on how a tighter Fed policy will likely impact fixed income and how to benefit from bonds now.
U.S. bonds edged lower on Wednesday, with yields rising after private payroll data missed market expectations.
U.S. bonds edged lower on Tuesday, ahead of the publication of more factory data.
U.S. bonds held steady on Monday, ahead of the publication of January's manufacturing ISM (Institute for Supply Management) index.
Treasurys rose on month-end buying and lingering concerns about EM economies, putting safe-haven bonds on track to notch strong gains in January.
Lyn Graham-Taylor, rates strategist at Rabobank, says the European Central Bank's promise to do "whatever it takes" is shielding European peripheral bonds from the emerging market rout.
Treasurys held on to earlier losses after of the Treasury Dept's auction of five-year notes and seven-year debt and after the release of US GDP data.