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Type: Bond
Group: Government
Market: United States
  • Prev. Close: 3.145
  • Day's Range: 3.141 - 3.154
U.S. 10Y 3.149 +0.004 +0.12%
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Prev. Close3.145
Price99.83
Coupon3.125
Day's Range3.141 - 3.154
Price Open99.83
Maturity Date15 NOV 2028
52 wk Range2.321 - 3.239
Price Range99.75 - 99.86
1-Year Change30.91%
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Momin Nawaz
Momin Nawaz Nov 02, 2018 19:33
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I think a recession is coming!
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MAHESH KUMAR Oct 11, 2018 6:08
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this time i will sell gbpusd
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MAHESH KUMAR Oct 10, 2018 4:55
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but how it valuation determined
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MAHESH KUMAR Oct 10, 2018 4:54
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its effect usd
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MAHESH KUMAR Oct 05, 2018 2:11
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stock markit down
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Nice one
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trgt 3.15, 3.25
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Laxya Singla Feb 14, 2018 17:11
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hi all i want to know if yield increase what is the impact on stock market
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Ranga Harris
Ranga Harris Feb 14, 2018 17:11
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Disaster for longs. Anything over 2.900 has been causing a sell off. Anything over 3.000 spells carnage.
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nilesh dhanani
nilesh dhanani Feb 14, 2018 17:11
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It's not just the yield, but also the expected yield based on expected inflation. If everyone anticipates that it will go to 3.3-3.5 they will not buy bonds now, and those who own already may also sell. This excess liquidity can be pumped into the market. Last time it was a sudden spike without any info so it caused fear and triggered a selloff in the stocks.
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Valentin Rusk Feb 14, 2018 17:11
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omg, what an answers. :) mate, govt. bond yield directly correlated with rates, rates correlated with inflation. the higher the yeild - the more stock market fall as riskfree assets bring good return almost without risk. this causes the stock market to go lower, because stocks considered as risky and thus have to give more returns. companies still earn the same amount in revenues, and still pay same amount in dividends. so when stock price fall, it is just a correlation of dividend percentage in regards to bonds and premium to investors who are willing to take risk. simple as that
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NAVIN MISHRA Feb 13, 2018 17:37
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Folks 3.000 is the target
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Prasad Gondala Feb 13, 2018 17:29
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Short term down i think...
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Azmi Bin Abd Mutalib Feb 09, 2018 7:11
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I'm expecting long term bullish at least to 2.923
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Sandeep Jain
Sandeep Jain Feb 09, 2018 7:11
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I think it will again come down to 2.70
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Sandeep Jain Jul 05, 2017 15:53
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When FOMC minutes are coming
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Came
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Going going...
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Christopher Bergner
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Looks like US Bonds are crashing, not good if they want to print more for Quantitative Easing! Was that a loud BOOM!
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You miss the point, quantitative easing is buying bonds with magic money not selling bonds.
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