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1.640 -0.002    -0.10%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.642
  • Day's Range: 1.640 - 1.640
U.S. 10Y 1.640 -0.002 -0.10%
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Joe Lane
Joe Lane 4 hours ago
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Dollar falling, inflation rising, message from the Fed... working as intended.
Tv La
Tv La 5 hours ago
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3STS = short tesla X3
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2 18 nom
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false bull, only up and down again
Derek de Roos
Derek de Roos 7 hours ago
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Up is down for bonds
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djoxo 8 hours ago
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If the inflation is not transitory and people lost faith in the system, this can skyrocket to 3.0 next year
Danke Glock
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It’s a mistake to view inflation in a binary fashion. The Fed will be patient to see how much of the rise proves transitory versus how much will have a more lasting impact on prices.  The Fed watches expectation of future inflation very closely and will not allow those expectations to become unmoored.  If economic growth accelerates and employment improves, rates will move higher as the Fed will start to remove accommodation.  It’s natural for that to occur.  I’d be far less concerned that the rise would be caused by a lack of confidence in the system.
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djoxo 8 hours ago
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This will skyrocket  to 2.0 by end of year
Mr Torrance
Mr Torrance 9 hours ago
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this is actually a moment where a wild "Chad Tendies" should appear xD
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 8 hours ago
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hahahaha. He is everywhere.
soudani jawher
djoxo 8 hours ago
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WHO IS CHAD TENDIES ?
Beatrice Frieda
Beatrice Frieda 9 hours ago
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Really believe it will drop again
Tv La
Tv La 9 hours ago
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3sts - short tesla X3
Terry WI
Terry WI 9 hours ago
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off the map
Jason Park
Jason Park 15 hours ago
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I think it's going down soon. Nasdaq is on on fire, making me wonder whether I should sell financial stocks now before it's too late
Khwarizmi Algebra
Khwarizmi Algebra 12 hours ago
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I think Nasdaq will correct more in the coming months, with growth stocks being the most to correct.
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Atlantic Coast Money 10 hours ago
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Danke Glock
Danke Glock 7 hours ago
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You should only carry investment risk you are comfortable holding.  If the economy continues to recover and the yield curve continues to steepen financials should do fine.  If your outlook on the economy has turned negative and you expect rates to fall that would hit financial stocks, as it would other stocks as well.
Jason Park
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Khwarizmi Algebra  I agree with you over long term but I was talking about short term trading, selling financial and energy stocks high now and buying them low again later. When Nasdaq was rising suddenly days ago, finacials and energy were falling hard, and I was just watching. Not this time.  Again today energy is dropping and financials don't look good. I took profits and am buying again at the lower prices. Energy stocks, commodity stocks (iron ore) & financials.
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christensen Jorgen 15 hours ago
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with a strong inflation in data this should go up, is it because all banks are so interconnected
Llewellyn Kruger
Llewellyn Kruger 13 hours ago
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The problem is that the FED believes that inflation is transitory/temporary and so far remains committed to not raising rates. This months inflation data should give us an indication where inflation is headed.
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Khwarizmi Algebra 12 hours ago
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Llewellyn Kruger FED doesnt believe its transitory, but they have no choice but to say “transitory” to smoothen the impact on financial systems. FED will never say “we have a problem guys”. Same for all governments in all countries.
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Llewellyn Kruger 11 hours ago
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Khwarizmi Algebra  I can't confirm what they believe, I was stating their position and actions. So far their actions are backing up their words, except yesterday when two presidents gave complete opposite responses (taper vs stimulate).
Danke Glock
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Bond yields will move higher as economic growth and employment improves.  Inflation expectations have already built in a high level of inflation, as evidenced by the 10-year TIPS breakeven rate of inflation, which is currently 2.54%.  Treasury yields are low in an absolute sense, but they were attractive to foreign buyers.  Demand from the Fed as well as increased interest from abroad has helped to contain the rise in Treasury yields.  Likewise, passive bond mutual funds and ETFs have seen inflows which makes them natural buyers of Treasuries, which has also helped contain yields.
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 16 hours ago
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I enjoy watching this play out. guess the next move is down but it's eating into repo...
Yazan Jamil
Yazan Jamil 16 hours ago
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A big spike to 2 will happen soon
Venkatesh S
Venkatesh S 19 hours ago
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can show surprise up. For now yield curve is calm
Beatrice Frieda
Beatrice Frieda 21 hours ago
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High 1.7 then down again....back again 1.6-1.5, yield n dxy doesnt have a power now...maybe will be back crisis again...What a pity :(
soudani jawher
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yields are not cryptos , you are talking about trillion of $. Going up takes time but don't worry it will keep going up this year with some fluctuations in between, this is normal , just stop watching it everyday , go back here every three months and you will see major changes
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I suggest French banks for those wondering what rates going up could do (BNP and SOCIETE GENERALE are great stocks with good dividends) but you should go long there will be stock buybacks by end of year. Canadian banks are also great (Royal Bank of Canada is a very good bank for long term returns) I also suggest US bank if you don't want lose your money but they are already valued high as they already bought back their own stocks. German banks are not a good advice as they always showed bad long term returns. Italian banks have a bad surprises as politics and economy pre pandemic was not stable. Japanese banks I have no idea.  Be careful from growth stocks (except Apple and Microsoft they are super strong , Alphabet also is on their ways to Apple and Microsoft strength)
mm mm
mm mm May 17, 2021 6:06PM ET
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What will happen????
Ryan Dauphin
Ryan Dauphin 22 hours ago
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Its gona skyrocket
Joe Lane
Joe Lane May 17, 2021 4:10PM ET
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"Foreign residents increased their holdings of long-term U.S. securities in March; net purchases were $208.1 billion.  Net purchases by private foreign investors were $142.1 billion, while net purchases by foreign official institutions were $65.9 billion."(march numbers from todays treasury TIC release)
Danke Glock
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When I explained that foreign demand would increase a couple months ago, my comments were met with the same drivel that only the Fed was buying Treasuries and that yields in the US would skyrocket because nobody would buy bonds below the rate of inflation.  I don’t think many people understand how various investors evaluate bonds and what motivates their investment decisions.
Arsene Lar
Arsene Lar May 17, 2021 4:03PM ET
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Their are 7.8 Bil people on earth today roughly while JPOW now has 7.8 Tril $ on the FED balance sheet.  This adds up to 1k$ per human living on this planet.  Solution will have to be to start counting animals.
Jack Frost
Jack Frost May 17, 2021 4:03PM ET
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they already count us as animals
Sahil Agarwal
Sahil Agarwal May 17, 2021 12:16PM ET
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this time 1.8
Llewellyn Kruger
Llewellyn Kruger May 17, 2021 11:57AM ET
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Anyone watching the US10Y vs US10Y break-even inflation rate.
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The_Goat May 17, 2021 11:57AM ET
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TO THE MOON lol
Danke Glock
Danke Glock 7 hours ago
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Yes, I’ve commented on it many times.
Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller May 17, 2021 11:37AM ET
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in this genertation 10Y would never reach the 2.0% again. The Fed will do anything to avoid this !!!
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Flame Retardent May 17, 2021 11:37AM ET
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Correct, it will stay low until the fed stops buying back 180 billion bonds per week.
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I’ll take the over.
 
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