Tag: U.S. 10 Year Treasury Note

Fed’s popular repo facility sees record demand of $1.35 trillion Thursday

A previous version of this report said $1.35 billion. It’s trillion. The New York Federal Reserve Bank’s popular reverse repo program set a record Thursday for overnight demand, a same day the central bank doubled the limit for individual user to $160 billion. The program, which allows banks, money-market… Source link

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Treasury yields edge lower as investors brace for U.S. inflation data

Treasury yields moved slightly lower Monday, with investors awaiting this week’s round of closely watched economic data, including the August consumer-price index reading. What are yields doing? The yield on the 10-year Treasury note TMUBMUSD10Y, 1.323% was at 1.323%, compared with 1.340% at 3 p.m. Eastern on Friday. Yields and debt prices move in opposite […]

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Nearly $50 billion floods into inflation-linked U.S. bond funds. Why more could be on the way.

Investors aren’t just worrying about higher costs of living. They also have poured some $46 billion into inflation-linked bond funds over the past 15 months, with an eye to protecting their wealth from higher prices. Two weeks ago, a $3.2 billion flood of funds poured into U.S. inflation-linked funds “by far the largest one week […]

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