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1.571 -0.013    -0.80%
12:29:57 - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.584
  • Day's Range: 1.557 - 1.591
U.S. 10Y 1.571 -0.013 -0.80%
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Enzo Jola
Enzo Jola 2 hours ago
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To the hadesss!!!
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 2 hours ago
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KAPLAN SAYS HE'D LIKE TO BEGIN DISCUSSIONS TO TALK ABOUT TAPERING SOONER RATHER THAN LATER
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 1 hour ago
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KAPLAN SAYS REASONS WHY INFLATION MAY NOT BE TRANSITORY INCLUDE STRONG DEMAND, LABOR SHORTAGES
NOWis ALLuHAVE
NOWis ALLuHAVE 1 hour ago
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Mark Ma  Tell Kaplan there are 16,000,000 Americans on unemployment & 500K new unemployed as of this morning, a few hours ago.  There is NO labor shortage.  There is an HONEST MONEY shortage.  We don't need discussions about tapering, we NEED HONEST MONEY!
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NOWis ALLuHAVE Thank you Sir! MM picks n chooses what propaganda to parrot lije an angry bird. Other peoples problems are not his. He just likes sitting back and playing the system against itself.
Big Bull
Big Bull 2 hours ago
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10Y Best Buy
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stf va 2 hours ago
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what do you get after a decade of distorting markets? wealth gaps, under employment, a lost generation. we did it, great work!
Phylax Miller
Phylax Miller 2 hours ago
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Gold explode
Zoltán Galambos
Zoltán Galambos 3 hours ago
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https://cms.zerohedge.com/s3/files/inline-images/Powell-Bubble.png?itok=L99NEHf2
Big Bull
Big Bull 3 hours ago
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Bought
PM man
PM man 4 hours ago
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Going to rise more than 1.5% today :)
Ameros Funding
Ameros Funding 4 hours ago
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Sell bonds and buy gold
State Street
Statestreet 4 hours ago
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dollar is selling off and bonds are falling.
State Street
Statestreet 4 hours ago
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I would only day trade it. i don't care what people say, Powell says no inflation worries and i follow that. Gold has problems without inflation.
anggono prabowo
anggono prabowo 5 hours ago
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rest in paradise toilet papper
Life Letgo
Life Letgo 5 hours ago
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Will be back up
State Street
Statestreet 4 hours ago
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Everybody saying it's coming up has their timing off.
Mario Bartos
Mario Bartos 5 hours ago
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dead
Beatrice Frieda
Beatrice Frieda 7 hours ago
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Keep dying....always...👎🏻
Ama Tobo
Ama Tobo 8 hours ago
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Really guys? you are not buying this? Im buying this and this make me have a 300$/ day. what you guys wait for?
Ominous Owl
Ominous Owl 10 hours ago
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And this is still being bought competitively.
Banigo Chase
Banigo Chase 10 hours ago
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take it or leave it ,,, this bear will take it back to 1771.40
Beatrice Frieda
Beatrice Frieda 12 hours ago
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People should buy gold “safe heaven”, lets go down yield lol
Gary Cohen
Gary Cohen 14 hours ago
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Bond Shorts Shake-Out Paves Way For Higher Yields In May-June   Most barriers for yields to move higher if data continues to surprise to the upside have dissipated..   Last month’s rally that pushed 10-year Treasury yields lower by as much as 20 basis points was driven partly by demand from Japanese investors such as pension funds switching from foreign stocks into foreign bonds in April, (end fiscal year) Japanese holders had purchased $30 billion of overseas bonds as of April 23, That re-balancing is likely to have completed.  This means the market is probably no longer very short, confirmed by proprietary indicators just out by firms-- Jefferies and JPMorgan. With bond underweight’ froth shaken off, data is likely to drive yields higher ;  The re-opening of the economy, supply constraints, etc  should boost growth and inflation numbers in the near term.  most analysts , are now expecting 10-year Treasury yields to be at 1.71% or higher by the end of 2Q...
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 13 hours ago
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Thank you for that
Deborah Holloway
Deborah Holloway 15 hours ago
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It was around 1.85 before COVID hit the markets, so why panic now?
Ameros Funding
Ameros Funding 16 hours ago
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Sell bonds and buy gold
CHAD TENDIES
CHAD TENDIES 15 hours ago
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Exactly
Jorge Garcia
Jorge Garcia 18 hours ago
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Looks like a bull flag on the 1y to me. If it's going to rocket we should know soon.
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 19 hours ago
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I'm genuinely enjoying this!
Joe Lane
Joe Lane 21 hours ago
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If you are driving a car and your goal is to average 60 mph on a trip the responsible driver presses on the gas when the car slows below 60 and then reduces gas when the starts accelerating above 60. It is only the lead foot that tries to accomplish this goal buy going peddle to the mettle until they reach 80 and then slam on the brakes back down to 40.  The lead foot driver has a much higher incident of accidents and break downs. The economy works much the same way, unfortunately lead foot Powell is in the driver's seat.
Mark Ma
Mark Ma 22 hours ago
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History has shown that there is a ~6 month lag between monetary policy and actual impact. The conventional idea has always been to raise rates pre-emptively. Not only is the fed not raising rates pre-emptively, they're even refusing to raise rates when inflation is visible. That means if they are wrong about inflation being transient, they will effectively pouring gasoline on a raging fire.
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Sumeet Dike
Sumeet Dike 19 hours ago
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Everyone on here, with the exception of you, is a bear and spins a tale to fit their agenda. I wonder if any of them have taken economics classes.
Joe Lane
Joe Lane 19 hours ago
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Danke Glock  The study of economics reveals that economies perform best when there is sufficient money supply to provide for sustained real growth. As pointed out many times on this thread, there is a lag between the implementation of monetary policy and the full effect of that move on the economy.  The reason most economists accept the 2% inflation target is to provide for that lag. When the economy underperforms the 2% there is time between 2% and negative price action to implement policy. By failing to act after inflation exceeds the 2% target, monetary policy induces bubbles that are inconsistent with healthy long term growth.  While there can be a reduction in pricing pressure through the reopening and resupplying of the supply chain that process takes time. During that time excessive inflation diminishes the over all effectiveness of the recovery. So in short, yes we would be better off if the Fed were to have already started taking measured steps to ease off the gas .
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Danke Glock  And I apologize if my posts seem to indicate a lack of any persons understanding of the basic concepts. It is not  meant to be condescending but rather an attempt to be accurate in my thoughts as there is no way to know the education or sophistication level of people reading these posts. My posts are meant as information for the use of the general public.
Reverse Flash
Reverse Flash 17 hours ago
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Are you talking anout the ladt pandemic 100 years ago? Seems to me out if convienence you act like these are normal times.
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good thread
JAMES CUNHA
JAMES CUNHA 22 hours ago
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of course the Fed needs to start buying back to keep yields down. We would not want the equity markets to go through any natural correction.
Ray Trader
Ray Trader 22 hours ago
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No way , FED know best what levels mkts should be priced at
 
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