NEW YORK, March 5- U.S. Treasuries yields edged lower on Thursday after comments by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi bolstered Treasuries' attractiveness compared with European bonds, but anticipation of Friday's U.S. jobs report kept trading muted. "There's a lower yield potential for German yields because Draghi stated that the quantitative...» Read More
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Fred Tomczyk, TD Ameritrade president & CEO, discusses the outlook on retail trades and investor sentiment.
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Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services director, reports on Friday's bond yields from the CME.
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