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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.487
  • Day's Range: 1.477 - 1.505
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Mark Ma
Mark Ma 3 hours ago
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BIDEN SAYS WE HAVE AN INFRASTRUCTURE DEAL"
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 2 hours ago
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oh great! More government spending! lmao
Peter Smith
Peter Smith 3 hours ago
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go up!!! I don-t know who invests in 1.5% yield bonds while inflation is 5%....this is rediculous
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 3 hours ago
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it won't as long as the Fed is buying.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 4 hours ago
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For those keeping up with the FED Overnight Reverse Repo market, yesterday's figure - $813.6 BILLION dollar.  It will be a trillion soon.  Dollar is dying.  BUY PHYSICAL SILVER.
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Fed sees record demand for reverse repo program and may hit $1 trillion - MARKETWATCH
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 5 hours ago
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This is great. The Fed is literally about to drive the equity markets off the cliff.
Mark Ma
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US Jobless Claims -7K To 411K In Jun-19 Wk; Survey 380K US Jun-12 Week Continuing Claims -144K to 3,390,000
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Thomas Jefferson was right , you all will end up homeless ! "“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency first by inflation then by deflation the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered..
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 8 hours ago
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Thomas Jefferson would be in shock if he were around today.
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 4 hours ago
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The founding fathers have wasted their efforts for the socialist generations with literally nothing in sync with the Declaration of Independence. Everyday, the divide feels greater.
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 54 minutes ago
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amazingly accurate prediction
Jokers R Us
Jokers R Us 12 hours ago
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End the Fed
Joe Lane
Joe Lane 13 hours ago
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If you think prices are high now just wait a year. Powell is so far behind at this point he would need a telescope to see where he should be.
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Motown Cracker 10 hours ago
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Amen!
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 7 hours ago
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I don't believe he and the even know what to do at this point. One change in the current policy will send the markets crashing as they continue to kick the can further down the road. It is quite disturbing. People's retirement accounts and pensions are about to lose approximately half their current value.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 18 hours ago
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On Wednesday Secretary Yellen asked Congress to extend a July deadline to pay back some of the federal debt. Without an extension, she warned of a "catastrophic" default that could hurt economic recovery. Some in the GOP have signaled they want spending cuts in exchange for increasing the debt ceiling.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 19 hours ago
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Inflated stock market Inflation rising Hundreds of heavily shorted stocks Margin debt at an all-time high Mortgage bubble looming Oil too high given backlogs of supply Government funny $ fueling national debt higher
MS MS
MS MS 19 hours ago
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I think each shpuld be tackled seperately otherwise you risk the thought of sounding nuts. The stock market is inflated in pockets (mid and small caps are within acceptable ranges), inflation rising does not mean it isnt transitory (as shown by the largest weighted percentages [cars, airline tix, etc.]), Shorts are playing with fire, Oil (like Diamonds) has always been a farce…what else?
Pete Bex
Pete Bex 21 hours ago
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Wonder if banks stop suppressing yields the day their buyback lockup begins. Oh how I wonder $-)
Troy Coureton
Troy Coureton 23 hours ago
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Riding that down trend like a champ
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 22 hours ago
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we may see a bump up tomorrow depending on the economic data.
Joe Lane
Joe Lane Jun 23, 2021 3:23PM ET
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So far we have moved from a 2025 expected date for liftoff of rate hikes to possible 2022. And to think just 3 short months ago people here were calling me crazy for saying end of this year or early next.
Aaron Roberts
Aaron Roberts 22 hours ago
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Good call. This Fed has a history of overdoing it and then having to pivot going back to 2018.
Danke Glock
Danke Glock 22 hours ago
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Where did you see projections for 2025 liftoff?  Most projections have called for policy tightening in 2023 and the Fed has spoken of that for some time.  If I recall correctly, you stated that you believe the Fed will either hike rates by 25bps twice this year starting in 3Q or move 50bps in 4Q.
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Reverse Flash 20 hours ago
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Danke Glock  thank you for that. they are full of misinformation.
Joe Lane
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Danke Glock  There were several reports last summer predicting a 2025 lift off. Try a google search and do some research. I stand by my statement that they need to move 50 bps by year end. You have been wrong for months on inflation and now you want to change history? Talk about misinformation.
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Joe Lane  Consensus was never for a 2025 liftoff, as most articles, commentary from the Fed and street research has discussed the Fed on hold until “at least” 2023, so finding some random pundit that was an outlier is foolish.  Second, please be specific on how I’ve been wrong on inflation because you either don’t understand my position or you have me confused with someone else.  You might want to search for my comments discussing the path of inflation following the financial crisis. People on this forum seem to think transitory means inflation will rise a few months and then disappear, which is completely wrong.  There’s a reason I don’t visit this forum/site as much anymore and it’s largely because of the nonsense posted here.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma Jun 23, 2021 1:27PM ET
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73 Counterparties Take $813.6B At Fixed-Rate Reverse Repo
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 23 hours ago
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what does this mean?
Danke Glock
Danke Glock 23 hours ago
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Dave Jones  not much really.  Institutions are sitting on a lot of cash and the availability of short instruments is very limited.  The Fed is paying a modest rate of interest, so investors are parking cash in repo.  There was a rotation out of equities relying on the reflation trade over the last couple of weeks and a decline in Treasury yields, there’s been an increase in cash positions as a result.
Joe Lane
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Dave Jones  It means that the Fed has already pushed too much cash into the system and pushed it into the wrong hands, thus it is just getting parked in bank accounts instead of actually going to work in the economy.
Vakzine Machst Frei
Vakzine Machst Frei Jun 23, 2021 11:28AM ET
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FED is owned by 0.001%. Of course they work for them. Good for them that the rest are too db to understand this. Already 100+ years and sheep don't show any sign that they can comprehend the situation
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TimothyTekno2020 Jun 23, 2021 11:28AM ET
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JAMES CUNHA  Yes, Fed QA creates asset inflation that favors the wealthy who are able to own such assets, but the plan is to tax the wealthy more both for capital gains and income tax (hoping to avoid a wealth tax), which will keep wage disparity more equitable. The purpose of QE was to support credit markets to sold off due to no cash flow due to shutdowns, and now that businesses have even more corporate debt, the 2021-23 objective is to keep interest rates low enough (through QE) to keep these businesses and consumers from bankruptcy due to rising rates. So far, it's working. Inflation is not as as dangerous as having no job or business at all.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA Jun 23, 2021 11:28AM ET
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Tim Gilbert  Bostic said the economy is close to meeting the Fed's "substantial further progress" hurdle to start bond tapering.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA Jun 23, 2021 11:28AM ET
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I believe Fed Member Bostic gave a speech today.
Tim Gilbert
TimothyTekno2020 Jun 23, 2021 11:28AM ET
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JAMES CUNHA  Yes, I saw that and tend to agree with him.  Market expects tapering to begin with mortgage credit.  If this results in rising rates, which might weaken mortgage business, that should be offset by SCOTUS decision today for FNMA and Freddie Mac, which will result in easing credit.
Dave Jones
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you honestly believe what you wrote?
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NOWis ALLuHAVE Jun 23, 2021 10:40AM ET
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Well at least we have stability.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA Jun 23, 2021 8:12AM ET
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"transient"
Matt Brackley
Matt Brackley Jun 23, 2021 7:51AM ET
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down 17 or 18% more
Puk Pups
Puk Pups Jun 23, 2021 7:48AM ET
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Bitcoin Stabilizes ! The Fed  done well . Most important are meme stocks and Bitcoin ! TESLA will fly high with 10 k car sales in  China and making paper profit from Bitcoin LOL
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA Jun 23, 2021 7:48AM ET
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Exuberance stokes a hyper irrational market.
Jinhyun Chun
Jinhyun Chun Jun 23, 2021 7:24AM ET
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Rate will go down because of delta variant
Michael Dell
Michael Dell Jun 23, 2021 4:30AM ET
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If Fed interest rates are 2 percent,US gov interest on its debt would be probably 1.6 Trillion a year xDDDD
Jean Perret
Jean Perret Jun 23, 2021 4:15AM ET
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Can Powell, Yellen or Bernanke explain how making the top 1% richer with easy money (that will eventually hurt the economy) has helped main street?  Or answer what amount of divergence between real economy and the stock market they want to see to STOP!
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MS MS Jun 23, 2021 4:15AM ET
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The divergence isnt across the while stock market.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma Jun 22, 2021 11:10PM ET
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2019: Fed cuts rates 3 times & expands their balance sheet with unemployment at 3.5% & no recession. 2021: Fed runs zero rates & $120B/month in QE with 7% GDP growth. Mr. Powell, what, precisely, are the conditions for normalization?
Nick Smith
Nick Smith Jun 22, 2021 11:10PM ET
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Yes, "policy" is simply political (if one can call it a policy). All Fed does -- it accomodates boundless borrowing by the government. If fed floods markets with treasury bills, it willl cause government debt servicing costs to baloon.
Joel Schwartz
Joel Schwartz Jun 22, 2021 11:10PM ET
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Nick Smith There’s no way out of this. Markets have short term (5-8yr) and long term (75-100yr) cycles.
Michael Dell
Michael Dell Jun 22, 2021 11:10PM ET
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Normal rates was last seen in 2008 xD and it will remain like this until finish xD
Danke Glock
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First the Fed had tightened policy too aggressively prior to those cuts, which was acknowledged by several Fed members. Second, the trade war with China was starting to impact economic growth and US monetary policy put the US at a disadvantage relative to other countries.  Finally, inflation was running well below the Fed’s long-run target for some time.  Monetary policy is a blunt instrument that works with a lag, so the Fed didn’t wait for the US to enter a recession before adjusting policy.
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rich kern Jun 22, 2021 10:45PM ET
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Jordan was brilliant. Chairman Powell cornered like a trembling rat with no whiskers. Lol
Ma Le
Ma Le Jun 22, 2021 10:45PM ET
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Jim Jordan sounded like an excited child
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abc qwe Jun 22, 2021 10:44PM ET
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Is this pure manipulation? just because everyone think there is inflation so they do the opposite? and yes food inflation is very obvious
Tiberius Augustus
Tiberius Augustus Jun 22, 2021 10:44PM ET
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Yep they are the house
 
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