Treasury prices

The yield curve is flattening fast. The spread between 10-year and two-year Treasury yields has shrunk to a level not seen in over a decade.
According to Fitch Ratings, rising interest rates in 2017 and 2018 are not expected to present a broad concern for U.S. corporate bond issuers in aggregate. Still, pockets of risk could challenge...
When markets hit all-time highs and create even more milestones, sometimes there are interesting observations.
The year 2016 was a wild ride for equity and bond investors alike. Stocks surged, making the March 2009 v-bottom low into a bull market that is now almost 8 years old. A Donald Trump victory as...
Over the weekend, 24/7 Wall St. released its Federal Reserve rate hike watch with an overwhelming chance for a rate hike in December, only to find another call for a rise in rates looking more likely...
The inverse relationship between prices and yields translates to one serious issue for bond holders: the value of those bonds they bought before recent days is dropping as yields rise.
If you have been wondering if we are in a bond market bubble with insultingly low interest rates, maybe you should hear what one of the top bond managers has to say on the matter.
Treasury yields may still be too low for most sensible U.S. investors to chase today, but the yields on long-term rates have started ticking back up from the post-Brexit lows. Maybe a record stock...
According to a report came from Fitch Ratings, there was a whopping $10.4 trillion in sovereign debt with negative yields in May.
Interest rates have gone down rather than up in 2016. That is not what most market pundits and forecasters were calling for at the start of the year.
Another 10-year Treasury note auction has come and gone, and the auction should not be viewed as a disruptive one.
What are investors supposed to make of the January FOMC meeting? The verdict was that the 10-0 unanimous vote by Janet Yellen and her Fed presidents was dovish, with the promise that rate hikes would...
It has now been six years since the depths of the Great Recession and the ensuing stock market sell-off. We have not had a 10% correction in the markets in over three years.
Source: Janus.comJanus Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE: JNS) released its collective investment outlook for the year ahead, otherwise known as “Straight Talk on 2015.” Investing experts that spoke at...
Investors have decided that the U.S. government should only have to pay 3.074% to borrow money for its 30-year bonds in the latest long bond auction.