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2.750 -0.031    -1.11%
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  • Prev. Close: 2.781
  • Day's Range: 2.730 - 2.797
Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
U.S. 10Y 2.750 -0.031 -1.11%
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Darren MNM
Darren_M Jul 14, 2022 11:20
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Seeking a catalyst for direction. Enter the PPI print!
Poochie Woochie
Poochie Woochie May 10, 2022 8:16
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upside target is done. Let's see how this starts to top out.
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Poochie Woochie
Poochie Woochie May 10, 2022 8:16
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that was more than I had expected.... lets see, this is not a short... yet...
David Warren
David Warren May 10, 2022 8:16
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Poochie Woochie i think it could be if the fed try to smooth the market.
Poochie Woochie
Poochie Woochie May 10, 2022 8:16
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David Warren  yes. Rates are looking like moving into a ********off top, also the German... but now for the UST 10 we need it back below 3.20 to call it a top, will take some time.
Poochie Woochie
Poochie Woochie May 10, 2022 8:16
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David Warren  I am long now and will add, I am long IEF, the only thing is that I will have to hedge USD, becaause I am CHF this is a panic wave in rates
Poochie Woochie
Poochie Woochie May 10, 2022 8:16
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David Warren I do not expect the FED to smooth the market, the economy is getting weak and will get the bid on Treasuries
Kim Tj
Kim Tj May 10, 2022 6:31
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2.7% and 2.5% coming soon
David Warren
David Warren May 10, 2022 6:31
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Hope so
Kochar Bipin
Kochar Bipin Apr 24, 2022 10:18
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Likely to decline below 2.75% as market reassesses the balance. Only concern is the China lockdowns is impacting Chinese exports of steel and other metals which may cause their prices to zoom
David Warren
David Warren Apr 24, 2022 10:18
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I think 2.75% is as low as it will go for quite a while and maybe 3.25% max on the upside
Amongus Isded
Amongus Isded Apr 13, 2022 9:52
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Up!
lord oil
lord oil Apr 11, 2022 15:00
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Come on go down ffs
lord oil
lord oil Apr 11, 2022 15:00
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You be suprise central bank have made statement saying agressive hikes and action are not needed as much as they thought
Sean Taylor
Sean Taylor Apr 08, 2022 15:56
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lets hope this doesn't break past 2.75 or it could get really nasty. looks like policy will be put in place to normalise yield curve. they have to. or the economy crashes
Matthew Slinn
Matthew Slinn Mar 23, 2022 19:37
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whats the point in US10y if its % is worse than inflation? its a guaranteed loss
James Cooney
James Cooney Mar 23, 2022 19:37
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If you buy when yield is high and sell when yield is low = gains $$. And of course sometimes you want to be in something with less downside to alternatives (ie. I will make a loss going into it here but its less of a loss vs alternatives) but the former point is more imperative.
NS Ramaswamy
NS Ramaswamy Mar 16, 2022 18:44
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US 10 year yield is forced to remain attractive to help sucking liquidity from the system. Whether it has a conscious or default logic ? All said, hiking interest rates and remaining hawkish will gradually tame inflation. Eventually dollar gains strength thus reducing the attraction for Gold. But if inflation still lacks control then US10Year yield could soon witness > 2.50 mark
Sandile Nene
Sandile Nene Feb 10, 2022 21:58
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fed gunna have to do something big with rates next month
Sumaya Taveras
Sumaya Taveras Jan 20, 2022 15:36
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siii lo necesitó por favor español sii lo apruebi
Farras Mutawakkil
Farras Mutawakkil Jan 19, 2022 0:42
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2% yield against 7% inflation.
mystic marketpreditor
mystic marketpreditor Jan 19, 2022 0:42
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Many are happy with that because Nas100 has been sinking fast. All very odd because it doesn’t correspond with previous years.
Carlos Alonso
Carlos Alonso Jan 19, 2022 0:42
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this is a 10 years bond, so you have to compare it with the forecasted next 10 years inflation, which is 1.5-2.5%
AIM Investor Journal
AIM Investor Journal Jan 07, 2022 11:06
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Japan 10 year shooting up
Alvin Onyechi
Alvin Onyechi Dec 21, 2021 15:07
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Apparently the Federal reserve bank have accelerated their tapering of buying government bond  yields. To attract more buyers the US government are having to increase 10-year bond yields to make it more attractive for private and institutional buyers. I was falling initially because the US government want to avoid money moving out of the real economy and encourage money to move into the debt market and into the stock market to companies allowing creation of more jobs, more people being employed and as result more employment tax money being paid to the IRS reducing public sector borrowing and impacting GDP and economic growth of the USA as a whole. Further insight: Rumours interest rates will be raised from the beginning of 2022 to try and control the inflation which is getting out of control ( i think inflation will continue to increase for some time and in 2022)  Hope this helps :-)
Kishore Chaudhary
Kishore Chaudhary Dec 21, 2021 15:07
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May be.
Adam Hextall
Adam Hextall Dec 21, 2021 15:07
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would.make sense considering the move. I couldn't understand why the cash equity indices sold off. thought it was NY PMIs
Jitendra Soni
Jitendra Soni Dec 21, 2021 15:07
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then ur view on gold nd silver??
Deepak Mandal
Deepak Mandal Dec 14, 2021 3:00
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Why it has fallen on last 2 days? Omicron. Stocks more lucrative. Inflation too high.
Alvin Onyechi
Alvin Onyechi Dec 14, 2021 3:00
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Apparently the Federal reserve bank have accelerated their tapering of buying government bond  yields. To attract more buyers the US government are having to increase 10-year bond yields to make it more attractive for private and institutional buyers. I was falling initially because the US government want to avoid money moving out of the real economy and encourage money to move into the debt market and into the stock market to companies allowing creation of more jobs, more people being employed and as result more employment tax money being paid to the IRS reducing public sector borrowing and impacting GDP and economic growth of the USA as a whole. Further insight: Rumours interest rates will be raised from the beginning of 2022 to try and control the inflation which is getting out of control ( i think inflation will continue to increase for some time and in 2022)  Hope this helps :-)
Mukhtar Mirza
Mukhtar Mirza Dec 08, 2021 13:43
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it's going to touch 1.70 again , but inflation is high
amit samajpati
amit samajpati Nov 19, 2021 4:27
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think its maybe go 1.70
Asaad Salahuddin
Asaad Salahuddin Nov 19, 2021 4:27
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agree! 1.7 next
Asaad Salahuddin
Asaad Salahuddin Nov 15, 2021 5:24
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just a matter of time now, how long can it stay this low. max jan2022?
Daytrading Punter
Daytrading Punter Nov 04, 2021 14:10
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Seems Market is Pouring into Bonds...as Equity would be Flat to down for 2 years...
Asaad Salahuddin
Asaad Salahuddin Nov 03, 2021 13:03
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about time now...should hopefully head higher.
Joel Bay
Joel Bay Oct 27, 2021 14:52
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can someone explain why its falling? is it foreshadowing feds decision? was hoping yeilds to rise...
Hugh Jass
Hugh Jass Oct 27, 2021 14:52
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They will rise
Namse Alam
Namse Alam Oct 05, 2021 16:38
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Tika Taka
Tika Taka Oct 05, 2021 16:38
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taru nam su che?
Singh Shaab
Singh Shaab Oct 05, 2021 16:38
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helo bro
Singh Shaab
Singh Shaab Oct 05, 2021 16:38
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helo bro
Rohit Grover
Rohit Grover Sep 28, 2021 14:19
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it seems now the market is taking inflation seriously.
Natarajan Kaliappagounder
Natarajan Kaliappagounder Sep 24, 2021 18:30
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as inflation goes up, this will also
Natarajan Kaliappagounder
Natarajan Kaliappagounder Sep 24, 2021 16:49
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Powell should hv acted prudently...he simply delays it ..(.wanted to make sure of his reappointment...) mkt is going to force him to wake up and react
 
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