Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Why Interest Rates and Treasury Bonds Could Be the Next Big Things to Watch

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Interest rates crashed to record lows because of coronavirus. But will they stay there? The U.S. Treasury Department...

Oil, Airlines and Housing: Charts to Watch

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Stocks have bounced sharply this week, but oil continues to slide. Crude oil futures (@CL) closed at their lowest level in more than four months...

Rumbles in the Bond Market

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Disclosure: this post is intended for educational purposes only and shouldn't be viewed as a recommendation. For a long time, investors have warned about a...

The End of the World as We Know It?

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"It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine." - R.E.M. Michael Stipe sang those lyrics 31 years ago on...

Don’s Notebook May 7, 2018

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Don’s Notebook May 7, 2018 There is no FOMC meeting this week but expect “Fedspeak clues” on inflation strategy from today's round of Fed Presidents’...

Power-charting the Selloff in Bonds

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There's a growing consensus interest rates may be headed higher, which means bond prices may be headed lower. The idea went mainstream a month ago...

Bonds Keep Grinding Lower

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Last week, price action in certain equities suggested interest rates would climb. Today, it happened. Yields on five- and 10-year Treasury notes shot to new...

Bears Embrace a Dovish Fed

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Jerome Powell and the Federal Reserve tried to deliver a dovish announcement. But the market viewed it as hawkish, or just plain bearish. At one...
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