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3.687 -0.010    -0.28%
23/09 - Closed. ( Disclaimer )
  • Prev. Close: 3.697
  • Day's Range: 3.687 - 3.687
Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
U.S. 10Y 3.687 -0.010 -0.28%

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ING Economic and Financial Analysis
U.S. Federal Reserve Hikes Again With Much More Still To Come By ING Economic and Financial Analysis - Sep 22, 2022

The Federal Reserve met expectations and hiked rates 75bp. With inflation proving to be far stickier than imagined, the Fed repeated that activity needs to slow much more with the door left wide open...

Michael Kramer
Stocks May Rally Following The Fed By Michael Kramer - Sep 21, 2022 3

What is happening with rates and the dollar is pretty impressive, and the equity market, while down yesterday, has failed to keep up. The Fed meeting today, I think, will not be a surprise on the rate...

ING Economic and Financial Analysis
Tighter Monetary Conditions Favor U.S. Dollar By ING Economic and Financial Analysis - Sep 20, 2022

The Swedish Riksbank today kicks off a busy week of central bank policy meetings, which should see chunky 75bp hikes in many countries. Central bankers pressing more firmly on the monetary brakes will...

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Shiva Udupi
Shiva Udupi Sep 21, 2022 7:14
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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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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.
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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.
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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
Patrick Gillot
Patrick Gillot May 10, 2022 8:16
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no it just crossed on the upside at the third attempt. we are going to much higher rates
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
 
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