Short-term yields turned positive, with the two-year note yield near its highest level of the year after comments from the Fed's Stanley Fischer.» Read More
U.S. Treasury prices edged down on Tuesday, pushing yields up as optimism about a deal to avert a bankruptcy in Greece hurt safe-haven bonds.
Grant Forster, CEO of Principal Global Investors Australia, says the "pragmatic approach of chasing absolute returns" is driving investors to equities.
U.S. Treasurys were on the back foot Monday as hopes of a deal to avert a bankruptcy in Greece dimmed the appeal of safe-haven bonds.
Growing concern Greece sent investors scurrying into safe-haven government bonds on Friday, pushing U.S. Treasury yields broadly lower.
U.S. Treasury yields pared earlier on Thursday after the release of U.S. data.
The 10-year note yield pared some gains on Wednesday after the Fed released the statement from its latest policy meeting.
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U.S. Treasurys were on a firm footing Tuesday as worries about Greece bolstered the market's safe-haven appeal before a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting.
U.S. bond prices extended early gains after two economic readings showed unexpected weakness.
Treasurys rose with longer-dated yields retreating further from seven-month highs as concerns about a Greek default spurred safety bids.
Bond yields extended losses after the government's auction of 30-year bonds drew the strongest demand since late last year.
Yields remained higher on Wednesday as the government's auction of 10-year notes met solid demand.
Yields held gains after the government's auction of three-year Treasury notes, the first batch of this week's $58B offering of new debt supply.
Rick Rieder, Blackrock chief investment officer of fundamental fixed income, says rates are going to drift higher sooner than people think.
Benchmark yields retreated from seven-month highs as concerns about Greece's ability to avert default renewed demand for low-risk government debt.
U.S. Treasurys plunged on Friday, sending yields soaring, after the monthly jobs report came in much stronger than expected.
Treasurys sold off in what market participants described as a technically driven rally in prices.
Andrew Balls, CIO of global fixed income for PIMCO, discusses the spikes in the European bond markets.
U.S. Treasurys extended their decline amid the release of several U.S. economic data points.
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