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1.281 +-0.004    +-0.29%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.285
  • Day's Range: 1.281 - 1.281
U.S. 10Y 1.281 +-0.004 +-0.29%
Time Frame:
06/24/2021 - 07/24/2021
 
Date Price Open High Low Change %
Jul 23, 2021 1.281 1.268 1.311 1.268 0.37%
Jul 22, 2021 1.277 1.288 1.317 1.233 -1.17%
Jul 21, 2021 1.292 1.227 1.303 1.194 5.72%
Jul 20, 2021 1.222 1.209 1.225 1.128 1.93%
Jul 19, 2021 1.199 1.270 1.290 1.174 -5.51%
Jul 18, 2021 1.269 1.299 1.299 1.267 -2.44%
Jul 16, 2021 1.300 1.302 1.336 1.292 0.00%
Jul 15, 2021 1.301 1.346 1.349 1.292 -3.60%
Jul 14, 2021 1.349 1.415 1.423 1.347 -4.87%
Jul 13, 2021 1.418 1.366 1.422 1.343 3.69%
Jul 12, 2021 1.368 1.361 1.376 1.326 0.36%
Jul 11, 2021 1.363 1.360 1.363 1.360 0.12%
Jul 09, 2021 1.361 1.306 1.363 1.306 5.15%
Jul 08, 2021 1.294 1.320 1.321 1.250 -2.15%
Jul 07, 2021 1.323 1.357 1.368 1.296 -2.12%
Jul 06, 2021 1.352 1.439 1.449 1.348 -5.86%
Jul 05, 2021 1.436 1.437 1.437 1.436 0.35%
Jul 02, 2021 1.431 1.468 1.471 1.426 -1.98%
Jul 01, 2021 1.459 1.470 1.485 1.454 -0.58%
Jun 30, 2021 1.468 1.477 1.485 1.438 -0.46%
Jun 29, 2021 1.475 1.483 1.510 1.471 -0.46%
Jun 28, 2021 1.482 1.528 1.534 1.471 -3.00%
Jun 27, 2021 1.528 1.522 1.528 1.522 0.22%
Jun 25, 2021 1.524 1.494 1.544 1.478 1.69%
Jun 24, 2021 1.499 1.485 1.505 1.477 0.91%
Highest: 1.544 Lowest: 1.128 Difference: 0.416 Average: 1.371 Change %: -13.729
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a widely predicted wave of bankruptcies has not materialized, with commercial bankruptcies in 2020 at their lowest level in five years and year-to-date filings lower still, according to data provider Epiq AACER. :D :D :D pandemic made business owners even RICHER thanks to the printing press because its FREE :D :D :D bankruptcy even lower :D :D
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Even after roughly $800 billion in aid from the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and nearly $30 billion more earmarked for hard-hit restaurants this year, small U.S. businesses face an uncertain outlook.Such great stuff printing money and helping out private businesses :D :D and “hoping” no inflation :D :D
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CPI is 3.6% after first 6 months and Core PCE is 2% after 5 months
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CPI INFLATION - 2021 - 3.6% (FIRST 6 MONTHS)CORE PCE INFLATION- 2021 - 2% (FIRST 5 MONTHS)
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Heres the inflation numbers so for the year 2021 total of month over month and this is just government “data” not real data on the groundCPI INFLATION - 2021 - 3.6% (FIRST 6 MONTHS)CORE PCE INFLATION- 2021 - 2% (FIRST 5 MONTHS)
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Bond is the biggest fraud in the history of the world…Bond holders will be wiped out in the next 3-30 months when inflation keeps going up
Mike Anderson
Mike Anderson 4 hours ago
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please explain more
Danke Glock
Danke Glock 6 hours ago
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There are is a consistent theme of this forum that the Fed is buying all of the bonds driving down rates.  The Fed purchases have largely been consistent throughout the year, yet 10-year Treasury rates peaked around 1.77% and have since fallen nearly 60 basis points before drifting back up to their current level.  These large moves have happened despite upside surprises to inflation data.  Clearly there is more at play than Fed purchases.  The world is awash with liquidity stemming from fiscal and monetary stimulus from economies around the world.  Treasury rates may not be attractive in an absolute sense, but they continue to be attractive relative to most other developed sovereign bond markets.  The few markets that rival the US for quality and rates, simply don’t have the depth to absorb global demand.
Danke Glock
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ICI data has shown consistent demand for taxable and municipal fixed income.  Foreign buyers are on pace to set a record for US Corporate bond purchases this year - Goldman Sachs released a report showing foreign net buying interest year-tto-date has already reached $104 billion (the full-year record is $135 billion).  The demand for corporates has come at a time when the Fed has stopped it’s corporate bond purchases.  The US fixed income market is the beneficiary of the excess liquidity in the system.
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https://www.ici.org/research/stats/combined_flows —— https://www.marketwatch.com/story/foreign-buying-of-u-s-corporate-debt-takes-off-even-with-fed-no-longer-buying-11627065945
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The Fed is clearly exacerbating the problem, but there is much more behind the move in rates than the Fed buying $80bln Treasuries and $40bln mortgage-backed securities on a monthly basis.
Raymond Chen
Raymond Chen 7 hours ago
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As the market reaching all time high, we have surged gun shots cases, small businesses closing and all time high inflation in 20 years, what a great job Fed has done!
JAMES CUNHA
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Senator Rick Scott is a Republican.  For him to express concern about inflation and the economy is pretty surprising because the markets are always going up. In any case, a copy of his letter is located at the following link: https://www.rickscott.senate.gov/sen-rick-scott-chair-powell-its-time-acknowledge-and-address-americas-growing-inflation-crisis
Mark Ma
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Powell probably read the letter,  then crumbled into a ball and shot it into the nearest garbage can Lol
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 9 hours ago
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Mark Ma  probably!  lol  I don't think he will be reappointed though. I believe things are about to get unraveled.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 10 hours ago
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The fact that half the planet is on fire or underwater & +30K major commercial websites went down yesterday & again this morning & the indexes are still climbing higher should be an indicator of how disconnected our financial markets are from reality.
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 10 hours ago
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This is going to end very very badly for many.
CHADWICK RICHINGTON
CHADWICK RICHINGTON 7 hours ago
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Have fun staying poor bro
JAMES CUNHA
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I agree with the head economist at JPM, I don't believe Powell will be reappointed. imo  We are about to be in an economic crisis.  It is very apparent based on the economic data and the existing asset bubbles, primarily the equity markets and housing market. The Fed's prolonged asset purchases have undoubtedly fueled inflation, the creation of asset bubbles in several markets, and substantially widened the income gap. At this point, I am not sure if there is anything the Fed could do to avoid this economic crisis.  If the Fed announces a change to its monetary policy, it will crash either the equity markets or housing markets.
NOWis ALLuHAVE
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I don't think there will be a FED to reappoint Powell or anyone else to when the dust settles.
CHADWICK RICHINGTON
CHADWICK RICHINGTON 12 hours ago
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Fed buying it all 🤣
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what are you talking about?. vix is way down. why don't you look at indicators before posting foolishly.
Joe Lane
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The reports out today indicated continued inflation pressure despite a slowing in growth. They support the recent data on employment, consumer, and business confidence that suggest we are entering into stagflation.  It appears more and more that the "transitory" aspect of reopening that Powell is so fond of has applied to growth rather than inflation.
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Puk Pups 14 hours ago
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Why it up ? Very simple explanation : Joe Biden need 3 trillion more USD. It is hard to borrow such amount if the 10 years bond yield too low and no one in the congress will support it if this yield is low. Will be up until they issue more debt
Mark Ma
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White House Seeks to Lower Monthly Mortgage Payments for Struggling Borrowers New Assistance Tailored for Struggling Borrowers at End of Forbearance in Coming Months
Jim Oli
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I guess we did not learn anything in 2008 when the housing bubble collapsed....Fun times ahead.
Bill Ackman
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Fed balance sheet jumped by $39 billion last week to $8,240 Trillion,Treasury general account the “bank account” of the US government decreased by $26 Billion last week to $678 Billion now
omrie yechiel
omrie yechiel 16 hours ago
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but what does it mean, if you dont mind me asking
Mr Torrance
Mr Torrance 20 hours ago
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Forming a beautiful formation, i expect a steep rise yesterday. It will come today imo.
Lewis Rashe
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A sovereign can never go bankrupt because it can always soft default via the currency. We have been doing soft defaults for decades successfully on end with the most famous one being in 1971 with the soft default via abandoning the gold standard. If we could successfully soft default for the past 50 years why not for another 50 years. Lol
Bill Ackman
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The problem is the inflation of 1970s and 1980s was controlled by raising interest rates to 20 percent because the debt was much low compared to now,Now interest rate of maybe even 1% will be game over for everything because of massive debt in everything governments,consumers and businesses :D
Jason Park
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interesting. going up again?
Reverse Flash
Reverse Flash 20 hours ago
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Interesting now its going down again
Kyle Duke
Kyle Duke 22 hours ago
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We have reachec home. Sit tight here for like 3 months
Mark Ma
Mark Ma Jul 22, 2021 10:28PM ET
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Looking over Rick Scott's letter to Jerome Powell.  It is definitely worth a read, google it and you will find it.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma Jul 22, 2021 10:28PM ET
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Some tough questions in that letter also that were asked of powell.  The pressure will keep mounting on him.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 21 hours ago
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By the way, Senator Scott is a Republican.
Pete Bex
Pete Bex Jul 22, 2021 9:02PM ET
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Oh just typical 10yr moves lol
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MS MS Jul 22, 2021 7:27PM ET
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🔴🔴🔴🔴
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA Jul 22, 2021 4:55PM ET
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as said before, the Fed needs to 200 billion dollars worth of bonds per month. Perhaps, the Fed will reach its purported goal of reducing unemployment and bridging the income gap. It seems to be working so far with unemployment claims substantially up from last week and inflation over 5%. But that's ok, those such as Zuckerberg just added a few billion more to his networth as the shares he owns of FB continue to surge in price. How about that bridging the income gap. Working very well.
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Lewis Rashe
Lewis Rashe Jul 22, 2021 4:55PM ET
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That’s per month.
JAMES CUNHA
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I read Senator Scott's letter to Powell expressing his concerns of regarding inflation, continued high unemployment and the Fed's lack of acknowledgement that inflation has become a major problem.
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Kwang Will Jul 22, 2021 4:55PM ET
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JAMES CUNHA like reading ur statements too bad logic dont work in this market maybe next year
Reverse Flash
Reverse Flash Jul 22, 2021 4:55PM ET
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TY!
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Reverse Flash Jul 22, 2021 4:55PM ET
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don't remind me. I sold it at 333 its up $9 after hours to 360
Joe Lane
Joe Lane Jul 22, 2021 1:19PM ET
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Another of Milton Friedman's teachings is that monetary policy is most suited to macro economics while fiscal policy is best suited for micro economics. The Fed's insistence on using monetary policy to address micro economic factors such as supply chain disruptions is one of the reasons the Fed has failed so miserably in my opinion.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE Jul 22, 2021 1:19PM ET
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If we didn't have a private central banking authority setting rates & policy for issuance & circulation & use of debt-based fractional reserve currency but instead had honest money & honest free markets all of the financial problems we have would be minimized to simple manageable issues.  Honest money & free honest markets don't need Fed heads to determine rates or policy, the market will do that naturally.  The problem is the currency.  Fix that & everything else will fix itself.
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The founders gave provided us with simple instructions for how to conduct our monetary system & financial affairs, but we have allowed those matters to be delegated to private control & that control has grown into a monster over the past 113 years.  End the FED.  Start over with the Constitution as our guide & gold & silver as our money.  This is the way.
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SkipRob Jul 22, 2021 1:19PM ET
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NOWis ALLuHAVE  You can not have a sound monetary system with a central bank, an income tax  and fiat currency, unless you want to allow the banksters and bureaucrats to bankrupt the majority. The ruling class will always redistribute the wealth of the majority to their special interest. It's all about selling good and services to the government. From Vaccines to voting machines. My favorite is the prison telephones systems. That's why they need so many prisoners.
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Motown Cracker 15 hours ago
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The Fed has not failed... they are succesful in stripping the middle class  of their wealth by design!
 
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