Treasury fell on Thursday morning after wholesale trade data topped forecast and monthly jobless claims hit an eight-year low.
Bonds rose after minutes from the Fed's September policy meeting showed members debated about forward guidance on the timing of rate hikes.
Discussing credit, home prices and the overall state of housing, with Brad Friedlander, Angel Oak Capital.
U.S. sovereign bond prices ticked higher as investors eyed comments from Fed officials and the bank's latest minutes for a clearer idea of policy.
Louis Gargour, chief investment officer at LNG Capital, says investors could buy some of the asset-backed security tranches the European Central Bank is planning to purchase.
U.S. Treasury yields edged lower on weak European economic data and the view that U.S. wage figures could lead to the Fed delaying raising rates.
Curtis Arledge, BNY Mellon Investment Management CEO, shares his thoughts on investing in fixed income.
U.S. Treasury yields gained on Friday after a stronger-than-expected September jobs growth that followed a dip in August.
Peter Schaffrik, head of European rates strategy at RBC Capital Markets, says he is confused why the market was so confused over the ECB's lack of clarity over its asset backed security purchase program as he doesn't expect a lot of detail on the issue.
Bonds fell sharply as investors reset bets that yields may increase, a day before Friday's highly anticipated employment report.
The DoubleLine Fund run by Jeff Gundlach, and a major competitor of Pimco saw their inflows double in the month of September, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Bonds rose after US manufacturing growth unexpectedly slowed, adding to earlier concerns about faltering global growth.
U.S. bonds gave back gains on Tuesday, with consumer confidence data in focus against a backdrop of social unrest in Hong Kong.
Bonds gained as civil unrest in Hong Kong weighed on stocks and the yield curve flattened as investors bet that econ data would continue to improve.
According to Reuters, Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine Capital, says his firm saw $400-$500 million inflows on Friday after Pimco founder Bill Gross announced his departure from Pimco for Janus Capital. CNBC's Dominic Chu has the details.
A broad look at the health of stocks and fixed income, with Kate Moore, JPMorgan Private Bank chief investment strategist.
Bonds fell on news that Pimco CIO Bill Gross would be joining rival Janus Capital, which spurred concerns of investor redemptions.
Amid the departure of Bill Gross from Pimco, James Stewart of The New York Times, shares his thoughts on Gross' recent performance and reports of erratic behavior.
A recent move by CalPERS was seen as a victory for critics of hedge funds' high fees and low transparency and liquidity.
Bonds held onto earlier gains Thursday after the U.S. government's $29 billion auction of seven-year notes saw poor demand.