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1.579 +-0.000    +-0.01%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.579
  • Day's Range: 1.579 - 1.579
U.S. 10Y 1.579 +-0.000 +-0.01%
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Mark Ma
Mark Ma 3 hours ago
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I do think the fed uses the same calculator to figure inflation as the “experts” used to predict jobs numbers Off by 75%
Joe Lane
Joe Lane 1 hour ago
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I know I complain a lot about the screwy inflation numbers to be fair to the BLS  posting inflation numbers right now has added difficulty. Here is a good example: This week my ten year old stove started having trouble so I started looking to buy a new one. Best Buy and Lowes both showed a model similar to mine. The price at best buy was 12% less than the price at Lowes. Just one problem, Best Buy has that stove listed as out of stock and no way to order it. So when the BLS sends for data they are left with a choice. Do they include the Best buy number skewing the number lower even though there is no realistic possibility of purchasing at that price or do they leave the number out creating a smaller sample size and thus larger margin of error. It is a damned if you do damned if you don't situation right now. And while my preference would be for the more accurate leave the number out, I will at least allow that the skewing can have a justification. Just not a good one in my opinion.
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 4 hours ago
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"Money for nothing & chicks for free."
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 4 hours ago
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I just got a flashback! Man that was an awesome riff!!!
stf va
stf va 7 hours ago
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well over 2%, until then this doesn't matter.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 5 hours ago
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Yup
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 4 hours ago
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the snake is eating itself! high inflation and low interest rates will never last
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 7 hours ago
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"The disappointing April jobs report highlights the urgent need to pass President Biden’s American Jobs and Families Plans," she said in a statement. "We need to take bold action to Build Back Better from this crisis by investing in our nation, our workers and our families." Today's data sounds manufactured.
Terry WI
Terry WI 7 hours ago
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Wow
Kyle Tierney
Kyle Tierney 8 hours ago
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wow. at this point higher than the start of the day. what a wild ride. grab the popcorn I guess.
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Reverse Flash 7 hours ago
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Terry WI
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Wow a volatile yield today
Diego Capone
Diego Capone 10 hours ago
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US interest rates are already much higher than in the euro area but Europe is not as worried about inflation as the US. I think Powell is credible when he says that with the current unemployment situation, he won't raise rates any further. I stay long on grow stocks. What do you think?
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Jason Yost
Jason Yost 8 hours ago
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Diego this problem started before the pandemic. Fed couldn't shed their balance sheet, Companies in the US continue to search for cheap slave labor, running massive deficits that our politicians failed to address. Remember when the overnight REPO market imploded? Fed has been in panic mode since then.
Diego Capone
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Jason Yost  Ok I agree, but now there are a lot of unemployed and many business that have had to close due to the pandemic. See the travel, restaurant, hotel sector .... All stopped for one year. How do you think recovery should be stimulated?
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 6 hours ago
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Diego Capone  Honest money.   Then you wouldn't need a central bank or committee to meet every month to set interest rates & policy or stimulate the economy.  We've been lied to for a long time & don't know what real honest money & markets are.  Half of the world's problems would be solved with just HONEST MONEY.
Diego Capone
Diego Capone 6 hours ago
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NOWis ALLuHAVE  I'm sorry but I don't understand this talk about honest money. We have a pandemic (perhaps over), a health service on the brink, destroyed companies and people who have lost their jobs. I see absolutely nothing wrong with trying in every way to restart the economy. Debt has always served to create development and well-being. If it is used for infrastructure and to stimulate businesses and create jobs, it will be good debt that will pay for itself with GDP growth.
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 3 hours ago
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Hello Danke!
Todo Toda
Todo Toda 10 hours ago
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here we go again
CHAD TENDIES
CHAD TENDIES 10 hours ago
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Who is buying this?!
Adrees Naeem
Adrees Naeem 10 hours ago
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JP Morgan
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 10 hours ago
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Just when you think the data is depicting the improvement picture. Is it any surprising that this is coming up when the infrastructure package is being pushed up? They will say the unemployment is high that's why we need to push package. This feels highly manipulated at the moment.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 10 hours ago
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100% I believe data is being manipulated and changed to fit their agendas and goals.
sal galeano
sal galeano 10 hours ago
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no, I think it's quite simple. wall street wants to keep the fed liquidity going, that's it.
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 10 hours ago
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How will Fed answer the data today?
Danke Glock
Danke Glock 8 hours ago
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The data is consistent with their message.  We’re experiencing a strong, but uneven recovery.  Unemployment is still high and while inflation is picking up and they expect to see a spike, much of the spike will be transitory due to supply chain disruptions.  They’ll be patient and allow inflation to run above its long-run target in order to make progress on employment.  Keep in mind that monthly employment figures can be volatile.
Ciprian Gal
Ciprian Gal 10 hours ago
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It seems inflation will become more transitory (due to labor shortages). Unless something changes in the next 3 months. Vote please.
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 10 hours ago
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What's the logic here? Labor shortage will reduce production so demand may be manipulated?
Ciprian Gal
Ciprian Gal 10 hours ago
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Ominous Owl what if we enter a cycle in which automation has taken over many jobs (so companies can do more with less) and labor is no longer relevant as before.
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 10 hours ago
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Ciprian Gal  I can't make head & tail of recent development. Feds got a lot to answer now.
Khwarizmi Algebra
Khwarizmi Algebra 10 hours ago
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Ciprian Gal the cycle of automation needs years to see tangible effect on employment. Unless you mean trasitory of several years.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 11 hours ago
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Stagflation: persistent high inflation combined with high unemployment and stagnant demand in a country's economy.
Adel Mohd
Adel Mohd 10 hours ago
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sure as a result of fed free money injected continuesly
stf va
stf va 11 hours ago
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yeah let's buy bonds of a zombie economy, with trillions in issuance ongoing and increasing in the near future
Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller 11 hours ago
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Gold 2.5 k in 2 Weeks
Beatrice Frieda
Beatrice Frieda 11 hours ago
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🥳 gold shining and this trash go down lol too much manipulation data....the result useless 👎🏻
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 16 hours ago
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Dump started.
Ray Trader
Ray Trader 12 hours ago
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Must be why we just made a new HOD @ 4214   observative , but keep on maybe you can convinve a few noobies into shorting this mkt
Dan Br
Dan Br 16 hours ago
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Sure LOOKS like a bullish reverse wedge.....
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IntelM 17 hours ago
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BOE & ECB now spoken of tapering, its obviously to deflate asset bubbles from happening
Ray Trader
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I am glad the rates stabilized so we can gop back to making new ATH's everyday
Ayaan Pasha
Ayaan Pasha 17 hours ago
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why it's not going up ?
Intelli Money
IntelM 17 hours ago
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Back to the resistance, should see bounce to 1.8 you would think
anggono prabowo
anggono prabowo 21 hours ago
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trash
Beatrice Frieda
Beatrice Frieda 22 hours ago
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Gold is calling to invest, lets go buy gold
John Luers
Jr2020427 22 hours ago
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the yield breaks 1.60 and it will rocket!
Beatrice Frieda
Beatrice Frieda 22 hours ago
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No it will going down deeper than this
Anh Nguyen
Anh Nguyen 19 hours ago
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yes its going down
 
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