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2.319 -0.010    -0.44%
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Type: Bond
Group: Government
Market: United States
  • Prev. Close: 2.329
  • Day's Range: 2.319 - 2.319
U.S. 2Y 2.319 -0.010 -0.44%
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Prev. Close2.329
Price100.32
Coupon2.5
Day's Range2.319 - 2.319
Price Open100.18
Maturity Date28 FEB 2021
52 wk Range2.234 - 2.977
Price Range100.17 - 100.37
1-Year Change2.7%
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Forex - Dollar Drifts Lower as Fed Kicks Off Meeting By Investing.com - Mar 19, 2019

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United States 2-Year Analysis


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FX Monthly Overiew As March Begins By Marc Chandler - Mar 05, 2019

The dollar rose against most of the major and volatile emerging markets currencies, like the South African rand, Turkish lira, and the Brazilian real in February. The gains were...

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Stephen Taksler
Stephen Taksler Feb 08, 2019 4:21PM ET
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stock buybacks funded by billions of tax cut and repatriation govt give aways. now stabilise DJIA. another Dec 24 correction may stop these buy backs, who will be the buyer. retail investor , no. stick buybacks, maybe. watch out.
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Dan Br
Dan Br Feb 08, 2019 4:21PM ET
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Its a goverment giveaway to take less money from poeple by force? You are confused - maybe even a demokkkrat. Now you might have gotten me on bond purchases and effective negative interest rates being a government giveaway, but then we arent doing either of those things anymore are we? I believe that was the Eurozone last time I checked... Now that I think about it, the EZ is the one in recession too... not the US...
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Steve Childers
Steve Childers Feb 01, 2019 12:46AM ET
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The US economy is going to crash over the.Next 24 months starting February 2019,, .with the DOW JONES landing at its  base .of around $6000.00. It is being proped up.by four bubbles that have started to deflate ..There will be a rush to safety , but the door .is only as wide as there are buyers , of which.there are none remaining ..Stephen R Childers . OKC .Run Forest Run
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Mac Taylor
Mac Taylor Feb 01, 2019 12:46AM ET
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a "slow releasing of the air out of the balloon" is already occurring as opposed to an outright crash.... and what "four bubbles" are you referencing??
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Stephen Taksler
Stephen Taksler Feb 01, 2019 12:46AM ET
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trump tax cuts and cheap reparation of foreign corporate assets back in US have created not jobs, not tax breaks effectively for the rich have enabled corporations to keep buying back their stock. it stabilizes market uptrends and will vanish in a true market downturn. the Dec 24 crash can certainly return. corporations ceasing to repurchase their own stock, will remove this market stabilizer. 2 year treasury in cash market to predict market direction
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Dan Br
Dan Br Jan 20, 2019 10:56PM ET
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About time...
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Donghoon Lee
Donghoon Lee Jan 17, 2019 4:59AM ET
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Hello Guys. I am just wondering which platform you use to trade 2 year treasury bond, as My plat doesn't have that instrument.
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Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Jan 14, 2019 3:57AM ET
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The US is sliding into a deep recession as smartphones are now a commodity and Apple is following Nokia and Blackberry into economical oblivision. Also the divorce of Bezos will bring down Amazon. I expect much lower interst rates.
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Dan Br
Dan Br Jan 14, 2019 3:57AM ET
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Then sell... lol
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Dan Br
Dan Br Jan 14, 2019 3:57AM ET
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Recession is negative growth for 2 consecutive quarters... Considering that the US arguably has (and will continue to have for the forseeable future) the highest rate of gdp, lowest unemployment and highest pay increase rate among first world countries I dont have any idea where you get that idea...
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Dan Br
Dan Br Jan 03, 2019 11:01AM ET
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Well, one thing for sure, this is good for the US interest on debt, and honebuyers..,
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Dan Br
Dan Br Jan 01, 2019 11:49AM ET
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I would agree with Stephen, this an issue of demand and supply, not a sign of recession
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Dan Br
Dan Br Jan 01, 2019 11:48AM ET
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This is amazingly beautiful though incomprehensible... the bond rate is below the current established FED target rate....
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Paul Barcomb
PaulB Jan 01, 2019 11:48AM ET
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The FED might like to give money away rather than allow the inversion to manifest.
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Stephen Taksler
Stephen Taksler Dec 31, 2018 12:54PM ET
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treasury yields going lower, money worldwide going out of stocks into US. simply more buyers than sellers
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Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs Dec 31, 2018 12:54PM ET
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Its the US buying their own bonds ,,stocks rising with bonds one is faking it..( or even both )
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 31, 2018 12:54PM ET
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Yeah it diesnt really make sense - maybe cause the end of year. See what the new year brings...
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 25, 2018 11:04PM ET
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Wow - is this going to go below current rates ?!?
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 24, 2018 4:32PM ET
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If I traded futures Id be buying this - this is crazy out of the box
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 24, 2018 4:29PM ET
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That is weird for sure...
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Kevin Johnson
Kevin Johnson Dec 24, 2018 1:53PM ET
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It just crashed
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 20, 2018 5:20PM ET
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Thats more like it - lets get some green on this board !!!
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Alberto Maugeri
Alberto Maugeri Dec 20, 2018 1:22PM ET
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curve is crossing really soon thanks to FED policy that is manipulating financial market
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 19, 2018 3:17PM ET
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Pushed down to 2.63%? After the fed just stated it expects the rate to be at 3.25% in 2020? Dont believe this move at all - its a trap
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 19, 2018 2:40PM ET
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3.0% here we come !!!
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Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Dec 19, 2018 2:40PM ET
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I agree 3.0. recession, election then 0% rate with QE 4-10.
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Felipe Campos
Felipe Campos Dec 18, 2018 5:24AM ET
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You dont get it. 2 year treasury are going to seek fed rate in two years, where the market is correctly forecasting the FED will be reducing its rate even if in 2019 gets to 3% (very unlikely).
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 18, 2018 5:24AM ET
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Lying? Im giving my opinion, I wouldnt describe that as lying... Im curious why you think the FED wants a recession, seriously - that sounds odd and a little paranoid too
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Dustin Jones
Dustin Jones Dec 18, 2018 5:24AM ET
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Hard to see a recession right around the corner with unemployment @ 3.5%!
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Alberto Maugeri
Alberto Maugeri Dec 18, 2018 5:24AM ET
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Dan Bri agree but Fed is causing the recession because of the creazy policy: rising interest rate when there is trade war, france socialism disorder, Brexit, new custom with europe. of course the people are getting scared also of the yeld curve crossing and market is collapsing. But if market is collapsing--> no one is going to spend money -->  companies are selling lower item --> unemployment will rise --> lowe consumption --> recession also for US
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 14, 2018 10:40AM ET
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This should be at 3.00, no justification for under 2.75
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Dan Br
Dan Br Dec 10, 2018 12:36PM ET
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This is unreasonably oversild due to fear. We know that the fed rate will be raised from 2.25 this month, and a minimum of two 1/4 point increases are baked in for next year, most expect 3. If it is only 2 though, the real fed rate will be 3.00 by the end of next year, though it could be 3.25.
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Gee Mo
Gee Mo Dec 03, 2018 6:37PM ET
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2y yield > 5y yield, meaning it's inverting on the lower end of the yield curve. Is the inversion going to start to move up to the 5y,10y?
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Simon Dlesk
Simon Dlesk Nov 02, 2018 5:59AM ET
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where do you check correlations like this?
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Gee Mo
Gee Mo Nov 02, 2018 5:59AM ET
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stockcharts.com/freecharts/yieldcurve.php
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Kevin Ryan
Kevin Ryan Aug 14, 2018 8:46AM ET
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Bank stocks are going to drop these bonds keep dropping. We are making other countries like Russia and China sell them. The FED ended bond repurchase. Jamie Dimon told a bold face lie about 5% they can’t even hold 2.9% or more!
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Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Jun 27, 2018 6:59AM ET
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High oil is bringing this to its knees.
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Simon Dlesk
Simon Dlesk Jun 27, 2018 6:59AM ET
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where do you check correlations like this?
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Simon Dlesk
Simon Dlesk Jun 27, 2018 6:59AM ET
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where do you check correlations like this?
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Nabeel Alansari
Nabeel Alansari Feb 21, 2018 3:46PM ET
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East has the best comments
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