Yields remained higher on Friday after Fed Chair Janet Yellen said a interest rate hike will be appropriate this year if the economy improves.» Read More
U.S. government debt prices rose slightly on Wednesday, pushing yields lower ahead of the release of the minutes of April's Federal Reserve meeting.
Treasurys fell on a wave of corporate bond supply and upbeat housings starts data that revived expectations the Fed may raise rates later this year.
Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, says market returns are getting harder to find and it's time to move back into bonds.
U.S. government debt prices slipped on Monday after the release of housing market data.
Liquidnet is launching the first "dark pool" for corporate bonds. Seth Merrin, CEO of Liquidnet, discusses.
Robert Buckland, chief global equity strategist at Citi, warns European bonds have entered bubble territory.
U.S. Treasury yields slipped on Friday on more economic data and after a 30-year auction that met with lackluster demand.
Discussing the selloff in Treasurys over the past month, and the impact of ECB policy on global yields, with Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock chief investment strategist for fixed income.
Anthony O'Brien, European rates strategist at Morgan Stanley, says he expects rates will continue to move higher, and that 10 year Bund yields are still 60-80 basis points too low.
The Treasury Department auctioned $16 billion in 30-year bonds at a high yield of 3.044 percent, which was the highest since November.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and David Ader, CRT Capital Group, discuss a "position panic" in the market.
Greg Davis, Vanguard principal, shares his prediction on the 10-year Treasury, and weighs in on when the Fed's likely to raise interest rates.
Andrew Lake, head of global high yield at Mirabaud, tells CNBC that bond markets are likely to see further volatility, driven by a lack of liquidity.
Quentin Baker, fixed income derivatives trader at Mako Financial Markets, says the ECB is to blame for a rout in German bunds.
Treasury yields rose after trading lower following the Treasury Department's auction of $24 billion in 10-year notes.
Another market disruption from higher interest rates is virtually certain, according to former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
Christian Gattiker, chief strategist and head of research at Julius Baer, says bond yields are finally reflecting economic realities.
Executive Vice Chairman of Schroders, Massimo Tosato, says he is concerned about liquidity in some sectors of the credit market.
U.S. Treasury yields trimmed earlier losses which came after the Treasury Department auctioned $24 billion in three-year notes.
Liz Ann Sonders, senior vice president and chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, says US investors are increasingly frustrated with bond market moves.