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The current 2.64% annual yield on 10-year Treasury notes looks paltry except when compared with the 1.27% that German government 10-year notes pay...T-notes are paying only slightly less than the 2.68% yield on the 10-year notes of Spain a far
Our view remains that bonds yields are unlikely to be sustainable at current low levels and a sell off is likely somewhere in coming months. We view the yield sector of the equity market as a) somewhat expensive versus the broader market b)
For the past two months, we have reiterated our view that bonds were overvalued and yet bond prices have continued to advance, making new highs for the year. With yields in Europe continuing to tumble, U.S. bonds look relatively inexpensive!
The bond yields of Europe's struggling nations fell sharply in the wake of a decision by the European Central Bank to enact a package of easing measures on Thursday, sending the Irish 10-year bond yield below comparable U.S...The ECB said Thursday
It seems that nearly everyone is confounded by the record low bond yields that are prevalent across the globe today. If investors can correctly pinpoint the real reason behind these low sovereign debt yields, they will also be able to find a great
Financial markets are experiencing a significant divergence in 2014 between the direction of stocks and bonds. While the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average have traded to new record highs, the yields on benchmark Treasury bonds have dropped
Benchmark 10-year bond yield was down 3 basis points on day at 8.57 per cent, its lowest level since January 21 as the dovish Reserve Bank of India policy tone continued to cheer market sentiment. The RBI while keeping rates unchanged at its policy
The yield on India's benchmark 10-year bond fell to a four-month low at 8.62% on Friday as traders rushed to buy government securities on widespread optimism that the economy will boom under the new government. Demand for securities was high despite
Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank (ECB) answers reporter's questions during his monthly news conference at the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt, December 5, 2013...Reuters Europe Euro zone businesses have made a solid start to the
ET Bond yields have fallen sharply this year even though many experts thought they would rise due to Fed tapering. U.S. stocks hit new all-time records earlier this week and the economic recovery is on the cusp of turning five years old.