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What junk bonds are signaling for this summer after Monday’s sharp rout

The riskiest part of the $10.7 trillion U.S. corporate bond market often serves as a warning signal for equites. Here is what the 'junk bond' market is saying now.

10-year Treasury yield rebounds back above 1.20% as investor sentiment shifts

Bounce-back in long-dated yields comes as stocks, oil prices also rise, a day after fears about the Covid-10 delta variant reverberated through markets.

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Investors reduce expectations for an accelerated start to Fed’s rate-hike cycle

Bond yields and other market data point to sentiment shift a day after fears over a renewed surge in COVID cases reverberated across financial markets.

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Gold futures end higher after back-to-back declines

Gold futures settle marginally higher on Tuesday to log their first gain in three sessions, as investors assess demand for the yellow metal amid worries about the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus, which roile...

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Why did the Dow tumble Monday? Economic growth is now a bigger worry than inflation.

The Dow falls over 700 points Monday as stock-market investors take a clue from the bond market and start worrying about growth.

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Bitcoin heads toward lowest level in 2021 as crypto’s slide continues with stock-market rout

Bitcoin trades under pressure Monday, with the world's No. 1 crypto trading near its lowest level since Jan. 1, according to data compiled by Dow Jones Market Data.

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Bond rally puts a 1% 10-year Treasury yield back in sight

The 'definitive breach' of the benchmark Treasury rate's 200-day moving average leaves room for further repricing to continue, strategists say

10-year Treasury yield slides to 5-month low, touches 1.179% as delta spread spooks market

Treasurys extend a rally Monday, driving the yield on the 10-year note below 1.23% to a five-month low as investors worried about the continued spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 seek safet...

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Why a bond rally could drive the 10-year Treasury yield lower still, even as inflation expectations become unmoored

The once-popular reflation trade is giving way to different dynamic, as investors head for long-end government bonds and sell off stocks.

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Gold down a second session as COVID delta variant’s spread helps support the dollar

Gold futures mark a second straight decline on Monday, amid a mild strengthening of the U.S. dollar and a sharp global selloff of equities, partly prompted by renewed concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant.

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Does the bond market have it wrong about inflation?

Beneath the surface of a relatively sanguine U.S. government-bond market is an undercurrent of worry.

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ESG bond funds now manage 600% more in assets than three years ago

The debt world is going big-time into the boom in finance with a focus on better environment, social and governance outcomes, according to a new Goldman Sachs report.

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Why the Fed’s balance sheet is expected to top $9 trillion after it starts reducing its monthly asset purchases

As the Federal Reserve's balance sheet climbs past $8 trillion for the first time, it easily can keep growing for years to come, even after the central bank starts reducing its large-scale asset purchases, according to the...

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U.S. stocks close lower, ending three week win streak, amid flagging consumer sentiment

U.S. stocks end lower Friday in a weekly decline, as data showing a fall in consumer sentiment overshadowed an earlier report on a sharp rise in retail sales, while corporate earnings reports remained mixed.

Treasury yields rise Friday but 10 and 30-year debt mark third straight weekly slide

Yields for U.S. government debt on Friday rise slightly, but long-dated bond yields rang up a third straight weekly drop after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome this week reiterated the central bank's view that rising inflat...

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As inflation surges, BlackRock’s iShares investment strategy pro says clients ‘confounded by the move in interest rates’

Every week we highlight the most timely exchange-traded fund news, from new launches to inflows and performance.

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Gold snaps 3-day climb as dollar and yields edge up

Gold futures on Friday posted the first loss in four sessions, as a steady dollar and perkier yields for government debt undercut some buying appetite for bullion, but prices for the metal eked out a fourth-straight weekly...

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Bond King Jeff Gundlach says there is a simple reason Treasury yields are so low even as inflation surges

Bond guru Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital said it is no mystery why U.S. Treasury yields are anchored lower despite evidence that inflation is rising in an economy attempting to rebound from a stultifying pandemic.

10-year Treasury yields sink beneath 1.30% as Powell says uneasy Fed still sees inflation receding

Long-dated Treasury yields retreat Thursday as Federal Reserve Chairman Powell said that a recent bout of high inflation has left the central bank “not comfortable” but undaunted in the belief that inflation, hanging well ...

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Dow, S&P 500 end higher after Powell stresses time not right to pull back Fed support

U.S. stock indexes closed mostly higher Wednesday, after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell stresses that more progress is needed on economic recovery before the central bank's support will be scaled back.