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Heavy sell-off in gilts described as a case of ‘the tail definitely wagging the dog this week’
Is the curve inverted enough?
What will get chomped on first?
Key measure of turbulence in Treasuries reaches highest level since 2020 coronavirus crisis
Questions we should have addressed — on regulation, transparency and capital requirements — remain unanswered
And even more on QT
Investors are expecting higher inflation-adjusted returns on ultra-safe government debt
US regulator supports new rules to help increase resiliency in a market that underpins global financial system
Accelerated balance sheet reduction threatens to intensify already fragile trading conditions
Pimco comes out in favour of all-to-all trading
Eurozone bonds slide after ECB raises interest rates by 75bp
Moves follow disappointing China export figures and contraction in German industrial output
Bank of America says Treasury-market liquidity stresses are “the single largest systemic financial risk today.”
You break it, you buy it
Ownership highlights how digital asset players are encroaching on traditional markets
The three funds hold latest issues of 10-year, two-year and three-month Treasury bonds and bills
Traders crank up expectations for Fed rate rises after data show big increase in hiring
Wall Street stocks rise following strong survey on America’s big services sector, while Treasuries recover from early declines
World’s biggest economy unexpectedly contracted in the second quarter
Wall Street equities slide after reports show contraction in US and eurozone business activity
Sentiment is awful. Is that enough?
Weak demand for debt maturing in two decades causes distortions in US government bond market
Phenomenon where two-year yield is higher than the 10-year has preceded every recession for past 50 years
Euro slips closer to parity against US currency on recession concerns
Wall Street struggles for direction while European shares edge higher