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1.646 +0.012    +0.74%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.634
  • Day's Range: 1.641 - 1.673
U.S. 10Y 1.646 +0.012 +0.74%
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Bill Ackman
Bill Ackman 3 hours ago
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“Taper”…Buying 105 billion worth of bonds instead of buying 120 billion currently isnt “tight”.Less loose isnt “tight” xDDDD…The only way Dollar can be saved in the next 2-3 years is if interest rates can be raised to 9 or 10% which wont gonna happen xDDD
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Can “tapering” send this above 2% ? Or Feds 105 Billion a month will still be enough to keep it below 2% during “taper” “time”
Pete Bex
Pete Bex 4 hours ago
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Sell this junk to 2% then buy it back
matt saganda
matt saganda 5 hours ago
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Divine intervention, they need to save the market
Jeff Bailey
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Lol ... yep. Save the market with S&P500 1% off its all-time high. I laughed when the Dow Indu was at 3k, saw the book “Dow 10,000” in the Dalton book store window. My buddy said “we’ll all be millionaires!”
matt saganda
matt saganda 5 hours ago
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Jeff Bailey Nothing makes sense anymore, we live in irrational time
Rob Pira
Rob Pira 6 hours ago
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Lots of bonds being dumped at once. Someone doesn't like the NAS or the US, or both. Maybe it's self preservation - guessing China?
Jeff Bailey
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Maybe it’s just the long-awaited, in the news everyday, tapering?
Millennial Metals
Millennial Metals 6 hours ago
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Imagine real estate prices when this doubles
Jeff Bailey
JeffB 5 hours ago
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5% maybe? Who wouldn’t borrow $30m @ 5%, let alone 2.5%
Raymond Chen
Raymond Chen 6 hours ago
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Inside trader: Jerome Powell!
Margin Call
Margin Call 6 hours ago
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Absolute Surge; this will collapse Nasdaq
Bill Ackman
Bill Ackman 6 hours ago
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Nasdaq will get nervous if this doesnt come down below 1.6% xD
Jimmy Sze
Jimmy Sze 6 hours ago
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nasadq stil moving strong during market hours even when bond is 1.6%up , trm highly chance of a bulltrap
matt saganda
matt saganda 6 hours ago
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Can you imagine tomorrow this go to 1.83
Millennial Metals
Millennial Metals 6 hours ago
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Oh my… this is going to crash everything
Perma Neutral
PermaNeutral 7 hours ago
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Bonds seem to have reached support in the short term. If yield breaks 1.66 convincingly, everything bubble would pop, which is why i think it wont happen. But tomorrow should still be red in s&p500
etf Mechanic
etf_Mechanics 7 hours ago
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I wouldn't get too excited until we cross 1.776, then you can say the fat girl is singing.
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 7 hours ago
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I like that number... ;)  1776
Tom kim
Tom kim 7 hours ago
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somebody desperately selling bond. is it china?
Sujit Singh
Sujit Singh 7 hours ago
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Why This is incresing Can anybody tell me
Ce Sam
Ce Sam 7 hours ago
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someone is selling or shorting those bonds.
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 7 hours ago
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Because the Federal Reserve Note is at the end of it's life cycle.  They're getting ready to pull the plug & crash the market so they can introduce the next monetary system.  Research WEF (World Economic Forum) Great Reset.
Sujit Singh
Sujit Singh 7 hours ago
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somebody wants to 🔪 him
Bob Mcadoo
Bob Mcadoo 7 hours ago
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Parabolic
Sujit Singh
Sujit Singh 8 hours ago
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it is the enemy Of gold Not For equties
Sujit Singh
Sujit Singh 8 hours ago
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throw it in comode
algo bot
algo bot 8 hours ago
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20 year bond auction tmmrw
Richard Logos
Logbia7k 8 hours ago
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Bonds are the new VIX I guess...
Jon Hillman
Scalp4it 8 hours ago
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Tell The Nasdaq that.
Jeff Bailey
JeffB 8 hours ago
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Not even close. More impact on high multiple tech. Banks love the steepening of the yield curve. Hint: No banks in the Nasdaq-100. VXN is nasdaq volatility.
Bob Mcadoo
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dude is it happening? this CRAZY!!!!!!! is this it ????
Jeff Bailey
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MS MS
MS MS 8 hours ago
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Negative
Jeff Bailey
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US 10 YR 1.657% @ 07:48 PM ET
rich kern
rich kern 8 hours ago
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Bought house for 360k 11 months ago, put it on market, per my realtors advice, listed for $525k and I have multiple offers. I love the fed and them artificially controlling interest rates.
Justin Bennett
Justin Bennett 8 hours ago
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Where are you located?  And, where will you live?  The problem isn't selling, it's buying another place.
Matt Williams
Matt Williams 8 hours ago
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I would take the sell offer and run. It'll get ugly soon.
rich kern
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