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Treasurys fell Wednesday, pushing yields on the 10-year note to levels not seen since the Feb. 25 Italian-election turmoil, as the ADP jobs report beat expectations with its February gains. The U.S. economy added 198,000 jobs in the private sector in
Treasurys edged higher on Friday as the European Central Bank said commercial banks would repay less than expected of the cheap loans borrowed from the central bank a year ago...Treasury note fell one basis point to 1.97% in morning trade.
Treasury securities rose to a record level in December, evidence that overseas investors remained confident in U.S. debt despite on-going budget battles in Washington. The Treasury Department said Friday that foreign holdings of U.S. Treasurys rose 0.
The housing, banking and auto industries are surging back to health and that has helped push the stock market to a five-year peak. Higher prices for homes and stocks tend to make people feel wealthier and spend more...The end of a Social Security tax
Treasury securities rose to a record level in October, a sign that overseas investors are confident in U.S. debt despite a potential budget crisis. The Treasury Department says total foreign holdings rose to $5.48 trillion in October, up 0.1 percent
President Barack Obama may get Republican cooperation in soaking the rich but the deal that emerges could put the nation in dire straits by the end of the decade. The Budget Act of 2011 requires the president and Congress to cut federal deficits by $
Treasurys in September, while net sales of Treasurys by private foreigners hit a record high, the Treasury Department said Friday. Overall, foreigners were net buyers of long-term U.S. securities in September, according to the monthly Treasury
Treasury securities rose to a record level in September for the ninth straight month. The increase suggests overseas investors are confident in U.S. debt despite a potential budget crisis. The Treasury Department says total foreign holdings rose to $
LIN After dancing in a tight range since early August, the U.S...Shaking the market out of its doldrums could be either the October employment report due Friday, or results of the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 6. The outlooks on trading desks
Companies are taking advantage of investors' appetite for yieldand fear of riskier betsby issuing more long-term bonds, aiming to reduce their refinancing needs in coming years, when interest rates are likely to be higher. Investment-grade companies