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Treasury yields edge higher as omicron variant fears ease

U.S. Treasury yields were higher Tuesday morning, as concerns eased slightly around the omicron Covid variant. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose more than 1 basis point to 1.45%. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond added less than a basis point to 1.762%. Yields move inversely to prices and 1 basis point is equal to 0.01%.
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Treasury yields climb as investors monitor omicron variant

Market expectations have grown for the Fed to zero in on combating inflation, following increasingly hawkish comments from policymakers. The omicron variant has now been detected in almost one third of U.S. states, health officials said on Sunday, although the delta variant remains the dominant strain behind rising caseloads nationwide.
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Monetary Seesaw – The Treasury and Fed at Opposite Ends

As the Treasury decreases coupon issuance by nearly $80 billion in the upcoming quarter, the Fed is set to decrease asset purchases, which could present interesting moves in interest rate markets. Fed asset purchases and subsequent holdings show nearly $5 trillion of treasury coupons and $2.5 trillion of mortgage-backed securities...
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Major Nations’ Yield Curves Aren’t Sending Warning Signals

According to a slew of recent reports, yield curves globally are flattening, particularly the spread between 10-year and 2-year yields. That has pundits warning of a worsening economic outlook—just as central banks seem set to “tighten” policy. To adherents, that flattening yield curve hints at an approaching, poisonous cocktail for this bull market. But here is the problem with this notion: The spreads folks point to, like the 10-year to 2-year and the 30-year to 20-year yield spreads, aren’t very relevant to growth, potentially leading you to errant conclusions. Viewed properly, global yield curves reveal a far more benign explanation—and reality.
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Treasury yields fall after disappointing jobs report

Treasury yields dipped on Friday as investors digested a disappointing November jobs report. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note traded down 9 basis points at 1.358% at around 4:00 p.m. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was 7 basis points lower at 1.69%. Yields move inversely to prices and 1 basis point is equal to 0.01%.
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The U.S. Treasury had the highest revenue per week for more than a year

LONDON (Reuters) – US Treasuries have had the highest revenues since October 2020, with high-yield and high-yield bond funds due to rising inflation and concerns about the Black Federal Reserve, BofA said in a report on Thursday. Funds had the highest weekly earnings of $ 27.1 billion, followed by $...
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Treasury yields are flat with the Fed's faster taper plans, omicron variant in focus

U.S. Treasury yields were steady on Wednesday, amid investor concerns around the omicron variant and the Federal Reserve's plans to potentially taper faster than expected. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell just 1 basis point to 1.424% by around 4:20 p.m. ET. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond dipped 2 basis points to 1.762%. Yields move inversely to prices and 1 basis point is equal to 0.01%. Yields rose earlier in the day on Wednesday.
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Yields continue to fall on the long dated end of the treasury spectrum

Financials: As of this writing (7:00 am) March Bonds are 17 higher at 162’29, 10 Year Notes 2 lower at 130’27.5 and the 5 Year note 4 lower at 121’07.25. Treasuries have had a significant rally as traders have had a flight to the safety of the U.S. capital markets ignoring the prospect of higher yields due to the policy of tapering and dealing with more than transitory inflation. Yields continue to fall on the long-dated end of the treasury spectrum as the narrowing of the yield curve continues. The 2 Yar yield is presently 0.59%, the 5 Year 1.17%, the 10 Year 1.42% and the 30 Year 1.74%. Unemployment number tomorrow at 7:30 am, FOMC meeting the 14th and 15th of the month. Support for March Bonds is currently 160’00 and resistance 164’00.
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Stocks Poised to Move Higher On Growth Optimism, Despite Omicron and Fed Fears

U.S. stock futures rose as growth optimism outweighed the concerns about the new Omicron variant. However, both pandemic and ‘taper’ fears are still weighing on the markets. The U.S. State Department has introduced new travel restrictions to slow the spread of the variant. Travelers entering the U.S. now must show...
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10-year Treasury yields dives below 1.45% on mounting omicron fears

U.S. Treasury yields dropped on Tuesday, as concerns over the omicron Covid variant continued to weigh on stock markets, with investors seeking out safe haven assets. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note dropped by 8.3 basis points to 1.446% at around 2:00 p.m. ET. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bonds fell 7.9 basis points to 1.8%. Yields move inversely to prices and 1 basis point is equal to 0.01%.
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