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1.514 +0.003    +0.21%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.511
  • Day's Range: 1.513 - 1.524
U.S. 10Y 1.514 +0.003 +0.21%
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Joel Schwartz
Joel Schwartz 2 hours ago
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Call the FED’s bluff on inflation. I dig it.
MS MS
MS MS 2 hours ago
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Too hot … down it goes!
Midnite Trader
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QQQ Up … Yields Down
rich kern
rich kern 4 hours ago
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Cancel all fed salaries. The waste is absurd
Joel Schwartz
Joel Schwartz 2 hours ago
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Congress argues over $2T stimulus bills for almost a year, and in that time the FED printed 30% more USD and ballooned their balance sheet to $8T. Someone needs to reign them in.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 5 hours ago
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Oh no, someone call the Fed to cause the yields to drop to some ridiculous amount.  NQ futures dropped 8 points.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 5 hours ago
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As soon as NQ futures dropped, this appeared to notch slightly down. Perhaps, it was a coincidence.
Michael Dell
Michael Dell 5 hours ago
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Fed balance sheet rose by $106 billion in the past week xD…So called $120 billion per “month” xD
JAMES CUNHA
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Surprised that bond yields haven't dropped this evening.  After all, the Fed needs to make sure that the overvalued tech stocks continue to go up.
MS MS
MS MS 4 hours ago
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Ovwrvalued in what regard S&P Large Cap is 20-25 F/PE, Medium less, and Small Cap even less. Stop loving in the past…man 😭
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 3 hours ago
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Tesla PE Ratio 600x, Zoom PE Ratio 130x
Joel Schwartz
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JAMES CUNHA SHOP is 100 P/E and gained 17% this week, 30% on the month. Bloated AF.
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Nazgul Undead 8 hours ago
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"The supply side of treasuries has come down," said Aptus Capital Advisors portfolio manager David Wagner said in an interview with Investing.com on Thursday​. During the pandemic, the limit on the debt ceiling - how much money the U.S. government can borrow - was lifted, but it is set to be reimposed on July 31. Ahead of the deadline, the government is using the cash on its balance sheet, or Treasury General Account, rather than selling of bonds to raise cash for spending. Against this lower supply, the Fed continues to buy bonds, pushing prices higher, and yields lower. [ 10:10 PM ] "They're (the government) not issuing as much treasuries as before, yet the Fed is still purchasing $80 billion worth of treasuries every single month, and they're still seeing an increased demand from Europe," Wagner added. "When demand rises and supply declines, you're going to see yields compress, and that's what has been happening right now."
Ciprian Gal
Ciprian Gal 8 hours ago
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the party will be over by years end. QE cant go forever, everybody knows that; yields will only go higher long term from here.
Nazgul Undead
Nazgul Undead 8 hours ago
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Explanation for falling yields is that its transitory until 31st July. Then it should increase.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 8 hours ago
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I read that, too.  I really can't understand why the Fed continues to buy bonds. At the moment, I feel the only group benefiting are Wall Street and the tech billionaires especially when it is clearly not helping with people getting employment.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 8 hours ago
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What really gets me is how the tech market reacts favorably to bad economic news and high unemployment all as a result of the Fed's ongoing monetary policies. It's as if Wall Street is looking for reports of high unemployment so that it has an excuse to drive the prices of these tech companies higher.  There is sort of a self-defeating dependency that the Fed's monetary policies have created. The fact that people want to see higher unemployment because tech stocks will go up is, in my view, un-American and twisted. However, the blame falls on the Fed because it continues to create this environment.  Don't misinterpret what I say.  I am glad the Fed stepped in at the beginning of the pandemic. It's time to start moving forward though. Enough with the QE. It is only serving to add billions to tech billionaires.
Kwang Will
Kwang Will 6 hours ago
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While middle class suffur most tech will drive out most common jobs i wouldnt be suprised of amazon warehouse becomes robots in 3 years
JAMES CUNHA
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I still can't imagine who would buy up these bonds with such low yields.  It is baffling when Yellen even testified that inflation has come in higher than expected?
Jim Oli
Jim Oli 8 hours ago
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"There's a sucker born every minute" P. T. Barnum
Joel Schwartz
Joel Schwartz 8 hours ago
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Because we have deflation right now. Look at precious metals and other commodites. Look at the dollar index. Look at the FED’s overnight repo market that jusr printed a record $750B today alone. That repo is 3x the spike that happened before the March 2020 crazh.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 9 hours ago
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FED Reverse Repo $756 BILLION last night...  Just to put that figure in perspective, the Fed bailed out the entire US economy in 2008, banks & corporations with $760B.  -  https://www.wsj.com/articles/fed-reverse-repos-surge-to-new-record-of-756-billion-after-rate-tweak-11623955198?mod=hp_lista_pos4
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 9 hours ago
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Correction, 2008 TARP bailout was $700 billion, so the Fed Reverse Market operation last night was bigger than the bailout of the entire US economy in 2008...  It's so absurd I don't even have the words...
Reverse Flash
Reverse Flash 9 hours ago
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you left out the reason for the rise. they raised the yield. stop being deceptive.
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NOWis ALLuHAVE 8 hours ago
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Reverse Flash   Absolutely hopeless <smh>
Ciprian Gal
Ciprian Gal 8 hours ago
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NOWis ALLuHAVE that;s why its important to buy assets that are cheap; money supply is crazy high; where do you think the money will go long term when they will look for some yield? not much at this levels when inflation will be above 2% for quite some time.
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Reverse Flash  Just me being deceptive...  Right.  That was THE WALL STREET JOURNAL a few hours ago...  -  https://www.wsj.com/articles/fed-reverse-repos-surge-to-new-record-of-756-billion-after-rate-tweak-11623955198?mod=hp_lista_pos4
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 10 hours ago
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interesting how yields have now started to climb again!
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Day traders using margin sell off their positions
Don Johnson
Don Johnson 11 hours ago
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Shorts that sold the rumor are now buying the news.
Choi Eun Hwi
Choi Eun Hwi 11 hours ago
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It seems like FED has started stealth operation twist. 3YY skyrocketing while long term treasury (especially 30Y) yield plunging.
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 11 hours ago
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The only thing to really keep the tech market from overinflating is basically dropping.  lmao
Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller 11 hours ago
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hahaha Fed's reverse repo facility explodes to a record $755.8 billion (+$235 billion from previous day). / Source: Guidants News https://news.guidants.com BOOM !!!
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u missed it. it's because they raised the yield to .005
Aaron Dalluge
Aaron Dalluge 11 hours ago
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Totally normal
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 11 hours ago
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yup, perfectly normal. ;)
Henry Qin
Henry Qin 11 hours ago
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What a joke. Market had not its sanity with money flooding everywhere
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 11 hours ago
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LOL...  10 year bond, underpinning of the entire financial system.  Nothing says stability like +5% yesterday, -5% today.  F'n joke.  END THE FED.
Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller 11 hours ago
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tomorrow yields  < 1.4 %
Johnson Barameter
Johnson Barameter 11 hours ago
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Or > 1.6%
Ray Trader
Ray Trader 11 hours ago
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Nice rescue for equities FED must done a lot buying
elvis presley
elvis presley 12 hours ago
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a bearish engulfing pattern is going to make in daily time frame. it is probably a sign of a big decline in the next days.
Southwestern Capital
Southwestern Capital 12 hours ago
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Totally normal and stable market and economy... thanks FED YOU DA BEST
 
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