Federal Reserve To Start Purchasing Treasury Bills

2019-10-19

Following a series of repurchase operations that were supposed to be temporary, last week Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell apparently felt that the liquidity issue had not yet been solved. As he said, “Indeed, my colleagues and I will soon announce measures to add to the supply of reserves overRead More →

Treasury yields hold steady as traders await jobs report

2019-10-04

U.S. Treasury yields held their ground on Friday as investors looked ahead to the official scorecard of the labor market’s health, amid growing questions about the longevity of the recordlong economic expansion. What are Treasurys doing? The 10-year Treasury note yield TMUBMUSD10Y, -0.22% was down 0.7 basis point to 1.529%,Read More →

U.S. Treasury says no plans to block Chinese listings ‘at this time’: Bloomberg By Reuters

2019-09-28

(Reuters) – The United States does not currently plan to stop Chinese companies from listing on U.S. exchanges, Bloomberg reported on Saturday, citing a U.S. Treasury official. “The administration is not contemplating blocking Chinese companies from listing shares on U.S. stock exchanges at this time,” Bloomberg quoted https://bloom.bg/2obHkDb Treasury spokeswomanRead More →

Treasury yields tick higher ahead of Powell speech

2019-08-23

U.S. Treasury yields rose Friday as traders wait for Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s speech at the Jackson Hole symposium in Wyoming, where he may give clues to the central bank’s next moves. What are Treasurys doing? The 10-year Treasury note yield TMUBMUSD10Y, +1.53%   rose 2.5 basis points toRead More →

Treasury yields climb after China-U.S. trade truce

2019-07-01

Treasury yields rose Monday after a meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping over the weekend led to a temporary cessation of trade hostilities between the two parties. What’s driving Treasurys? The 10-year Treasury note yield TMUBMUSD10Y, +1.03% rose 3.2 basis points to 2.033%, while the two-yearRead More →