U.S. sovereign bond prices rose slightly on Monday as investors paused to consider more economic data.» Read More
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U.S. Treasury yields continued to gain on Friday, as investors contemplated new sanctions against Russia.
Treasurys traded higher after the US government's auction of 30-year bonds, the last of three debt auctions this week.
Yields rose as traders absorbed a new supply of US 10-year notes and continued to anticipate a more hawkish statement from the Fed next week.
Treasurys yields held near their highest levels in over a month on Tuesday after the Treasury Department auctioned $27B in three-year notes.
U.S. Treasury yields fell amid fresh upheaval in the Ukraine and news that voters were leaning in favor of an independent Scotland.
The U.S. Treasury bond curve flattened ahead of the U.S. August non-farm payrolls report due later on Friday.
Treasurys were lower after the ECB unexpectedly cut already ultra-low interest rates and detailed plans to start buying loans and bonds next month.
U.S. Treasury yields were little changed on Wednesday, as investors mulled this week's ECB meeting and the possibility of a cease-fire in Ukraine.
U.S. government bond prices slipped on Tuesday, as investors eyed the ECB's policy meeting and developments in eastern Ukraine.
U.S. bonds pared gains on Friday, with Russia's fresh incursion in Ukraine failing to produce a sustained rally in "safe haven" assets.
The U.S. Treasury yields continued to decline on Thursday after reports that signaled a strengthening economy.
Steve Cook, MD of EM fixed income at PineBridge Investments, says the end of tapering and any outflow from emerging market fixed income will not be the "death knell" for these countries.
Bonds continued to rally after the US's auction of five-year Treasury notes, the second sale of $93 billion in new coupon-bearing supply this week.
Luca Jellinek, head of European rates strategy at Credit Agricole CIB, discusses how to trade fixed income as the market begins to anticipate quantitative easing by the ECB.
Treasurys were little changed, though prices on 30-year bonds fell as investors unwound some bets that the yield curve would continue to flatten.
Borrowing costs across Europe slid further this week, amid raised hopes of a Fed-style easing program to boost the euro zone's economies.
U.S. bonds traded flat-to-higher on Monday, with stock markets in Europe and U.S. stock-market indexes boosted by comments from comments from Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi.
Christoph Rieger, head of interest rate strategy at Commerzbank, says continued speculation around the prospects of quantitative easing from the ECB will underpin European fixed income.
Prices were flat as investors weighed comments by US Fed Chair Janet Yellen at the closely-watched Jackson Hole symposium of central bankers.