Latest News on Us Treasuries
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Aug 27, 2018
Fed's James Bullard warns of recession risk in raising interest rates one more time; says inflation is not highBullard first publicly raised a red flag over the yield curve last year on 1 December. At that time the gap between the two-year and 10-year was 58 basis points.
Jun 05, 2018
Fed should go slow on unwinding balance sheet to limit impact of dollar in emerging markets, says RBI governor Urjit PatelGiven the rapid rise in the size of the US deficit, he said, the Fed must respond by slowing plans to shrink its balance sheet
Sep 15, 2017
North Korea fires missile over Japan: US stock futures, Asian shares plummet; yen stands firmUS stock futures and Asian shares dipped after North Korea fired another missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean on Friday
Jul 06, 2016
Gold jumps to 2-year high as investors flee stocks, bonds on Brexit fearsEuropean equities fell and Germany's 10-year bond yield slid to a record low for a second day on Wednesday
Dec 11, 2013
Nasdaq plans "dark pool" where US treasuries' buy, sell interest is undisclosedNasdaq plans "dark pool" where US treasuries' buy, sell interest is undisclosed
Aug 17, 2013
Bonds are at the cusp of a breakdown, will equity follow?US Treasury bonds are falling, and this is indicative of the danger to stock markets. Both the Nifty and the Sensex are vulnerable.
Jun 12, 2013
Asia's ticking time bonds; Time to cut and run?Low global interest rates have made it easier than ever to sell new bonds denominated in dollars, euros or yen, resulting in a boom in issuance that has made Asia and its companies ever more dependent on debt.
Jan 23, 2013
Mobius sees bumper year for riskier, high-yielding assetsWhile banks had so far used ample central bank liquidity to bolster balance sheets and buy safe-haven US Treasuries, Mobius said sentiment was turning towards greater risk appetite.
Mar 17, 2012
US bond action has negative impact for rupee-dollar rateA continued positive return on the US dollar could mean a depreciating rupee. This scenario could play out over the long term.