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US 30 Year T-Bond Futures - Dec 16 (USZ6)

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167.67 -0.16    -0.10%
23/09 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Dec 16

  • Prev. Close: 167.83
  • Open: 167.74
  • Day's Range: 167.58 - 168.24
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US 30Y T-Bond 167.67 -0.16 -0.10%

US 30 Year T-Bond Futures Overview

 
This page contains data on US 30 YR T-Bond. US 30-year treasury bond is a debt obligation assigned by the U.S. treasury for a period of 30 years.It is also called T-bond. More information can be found in other sections, such as historical data, charts and technical analysis.
Prev. Close167.83
MonthDec 16
Tick Size1/32
Open167.74
Contract Size$100,000
Tick Value31.25
Day's Range167.58 - 168.24
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolZB (US)
52 wk Range151.38 - 177.34
Settlement Day12/20/2016
Point Value1 = $1000
1-Year Return7.87%
Last Rollover Day08/28/2016
MonthsHMUZ

Technical Summary

Type 5 mins 15 mins Hourly Daily Monthly
Moving Averages Strong Sell Strong Sell Neutral Neutral Buy
Technical Indicators Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Buy
Summary Strong Sell Strong Sell Sell Sell Strong Buy

Candlestick Patterns

Pattern Timeframe Reliability Candles Ago Candle Time
Emerging Patterns
Inverted Hammer 1H Current
Shooting Star 1D Current
Completed Patterns
Evening Star 1M 1 Aug 16
Morning Doji Star 1W 8 Jul 24, 2016
Three Outside Down 1W 9 Jul 17, 2016

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Latest US 30 Year T-Bond Comments

Peter Kallai
Peter Kallai Aug 01, 2016 1:51PM GMT
When do you think the turning point will come? At which Price level?
TheBrickie
TheBrickie Aug 04, 2016 6:10PM GMT
30 years ago the yield on this one was about 9-10%. Relevant for a 30 year maturity bond ? . How much would it crater with a 5 % YIELD ?. I don't know when we run out of fools.
TheBrickie
TheBrickie Aug 04, 2016 6:20PM GMT
http://www.forbes.com/sites/greggfisher/2012/08/27/the-risk-in-long-term-bonds/#58d364b2977e. . 50%
MHMH
MHMH Aug 07, 2016 6:10AM GMT
peter i believe we already at the turning point, before the unemployment report, and i am talking a week before the report, bonds reversed from the short term bottom at 1.70 and tried yo move up, already felt we topped at 1.76 and in the reverse from the 1.70 bottom will reach 175 than sell again but it could not even reach 75, it's normal after such a long strong rally that consolidation will last a while specially in bonds, i didn't think it was going above 175 even with a bad report.
Danny Ryan
Danny Ryan Jul 27, 2016 4:46AM GMT
Why would anyone buy US treasury bonds, when DONALD Duck Trump will default on ...? SELL SELL SELL ...!
Kevin Rodrigue
Kevin Rodrigue Jul 31, 2016 1:55PM GMT
I'm a permanent bond bear. So your implying Hillary is the answer?
Precious Chidiebere
Precious Chidiebere Aug 06, 2016 3:53PM GMT
Yea! Kevin, she is
Kevin Rodrigue
Kevin Rodrigue Aug 09, 2016 3:49PM GMT
@Precious Chidiebere -you are a dreamer!!!
Kevin Rodrigue
Kevin Rodrigue Aug 09, 2016 3:50PM GMT
@Precious Chidiebere -the new United States heh
TheBrickie Investor
TheBrickie Jul 22, 2016 5:45PM GMT
Short it
TheBrickie
TheBrickie Jul 25, 2016 3:16PM GMT
When will we run out of fools ?
Kevin Rodrigue
Kevin Rodrigue Aug 09, 2016 3:47PM GMT
@TheBrickie Investor -never!!! Never!!!
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