U.S. government debt yields rose on Monday after China's central bank cut the amount of money that banks must hold as reserves.» Read More
The Treasury Department auctioned $24 billion in three-year notes at a high yield of 1.104 percent, the highest since April 2011.
U.S. government debt prices ticked slightly higher, weighing on yields on Monday, following February's better-than-expected employment report.
Yields spiked higher after data showed US jobs data beat expectations and the jobless rate fell to a more than 6-1/2 year low in February.
Bonds hoovered around the flat line after comments by ECB President Mario Draghi bolstered Treasurys' attractiveness compared with European bonds.
Both corporate and public pensions remain short of having enough money to pay out what they've promised, despite recent asset increases.
The educator-only pension fund has moved away from fixed income amid low yields and an uncertain interest rate environment.
Simon Warner, head of Global Fixed Income at AMP Capital, says the increase in monetary stimulus will pave the way for better growth through 2015.
Treasurys were flat after a weaker-than-expected reading on private payrolls growth contrasted with stronger-than-expected services sector data.
U.S. sovereign bond yields continued to rise on Tuesday, with yields on benchmark 10-year Treasurys up by around 1 percent.
Rick Rieder, Jamie Dinan and Kyle Bass all think Janet Yellen is finally going to move rates in June.
U.S. Treasury yields rose after data showed that personal income rose in January, reducing some fears that the U.S. economic growth is slowing.
U.S. sovereign bond prices have fallen slightly ahead of the second reading of U.S.fourth-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) on Friday.
Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock, and Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management Group look at stocks that have surged this month and where the market's headed from here.
Another big hedge fund manager is getting ready to make money on the crash in energy prices.
Anthony O'Brien, European rates strategist at Morgan Stanley, discusses what bonds investors should buy and sell ahead of European Central Bank quantitative easing.
U.S. government debt prices were little changed on Monday ahead of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's address to Congress this week.
U.S. government debt prices fluctuated on Friday, after data showed new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected.
U.S. government debt prices extended early losses on Thursday after a report on weekly U.S. jobless claims came in lower than expected.
Greece is once again a bet reserved for the bravest of investors, including hedge funds Third Point, York, Greylock and Alden.
US government debt prices edged up on Wednesday, after yields hit seven-week highs on Tuesday.