5-Year Treasury Note (CBOE: FVX )
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Stories about 5-Year Treasury Note
Don’t Miss Out On Another Banner Year For Stocks
December 30, 2019
Too many investors bailed out too soon in 2019 — don’t do that in 2020 as US equities are wrapping up a banner year.
Treasury Snapshot: 10-Year Note At 1.92%
December 21, 2019
Is The Treasury Market Transitioning For Reflation In 2020?
December 17, 2019
Amid signs that 2019’s slowdown in the US economy may be stabilizing, the US Treasury market appears to be flirting with firmer inflation expectations.
Treasury Snapshot: Inverted Yield Curve
August 28, 2019
Fed Baby Steps Coming: What's Powell Up To?
August 22, 2019
The odds of a double rate cut in September plunged from 40% recently to 31% last week then to 0% today.
Denying The Curve? Show Your Work
August 17, 2019
Economists don’t understand bonds. But they know just enough of them to understand that they had better change the subject.
Recessions Are Not Forecastable
August 17, 2019
The interest rate situation is certainly weird, but that doesn’t tell us much about whether there’ll be a recession. In a month or so there’ll be a new NGDP prediction market, which will add a useful...
Treasury Snapshot: 2-10 Spread At 0.01%
August 15, 2019
Unmasking The VooDoo: Yield Curve
August 13, 2019
The relentless march to more Fed cuts and record low bond yields continues its merry way. Yields are down again today.
The housing sector is slowly rolling over. Despite lower interest rates, homes are not affordable and attitudes towards the ownership society have changed.
Let's take a closer look at recent activity in US Treasuries. The yield on the 10-year note ended July 12, 2019, at 2.12% and the 30-year mortgage rate is at 3.75%.
For the third time in the last five months, inflation expectations have matched record lows. To hear officials and Economists talk, you’d think they were at or nearing record highs.
All in all, a mediocre auction which is in itself an achievement considering yields are now down to levels not seen in nearly two years.
Monetary Policy Is Becoming Too Tight
May 24, 2019
Trade wars. Tariffs. Trump. One might think that the “Ts” are solely responsible for financial market volatility. In truth, a wider variety of cross-currents are at work. Some have been bubbling up for...
COT Blue Supplement: OI Warned Again Last Week
May 23, 2019
Liquidity risk is paramount. The fact that the US government is broke and cannot realistically find a way to grow itself out of its mess, none of that matters tomorrow.
Let's take a closer look at recent activity in US Treasuries. The yield on the 10-year note ended May 17, 2019, at 2.39% and the 30-year mortgage rate is at 4.07%.
Traders are watching in horror as the yield curve just took another sharp leg flatter (or more inverted as the case may be) as a sudden bout of 10Y buying sent the 10Y yield sharply below 2.40%.
Yield Curves, 2yr Yield, SPX (And A Crack Up Boom?)
March 23, 2019
Fed Rocks Interest Rate Markets
March 20, 2019
The Fed stuns markets by announcing no rate increases in 2019 citing concerns over the global slowdown they are seeing specifically in Europe and China.
22 Yield Curve Inversions: Recession At Hand, Buy Gold
March 20, 2019
A 10-year vs 3-month inversion is only 8 basis points away. A 10-year Fed Funds Rate inversion is a mere 4 basis points away.
Chart(s) Of The Week: Reviewing Curve Warnings
March 16, 2019
Since Christmas Eve, US market indices, in particular, have been moving almost straight up, undeterred by economics. Nothing can seem to dent the comfort of this Fed pause and global renewed...
As Stocks Surge, Treasuries Flash An "Ominous Sign"
March 15, 2019
The latest divergence observed today between risk-free assets and safe havens is that today's 10-year yields tumbled to the lowest levels since the beginning of the year, with the post-CPI intraday...
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Treasury Yields: Long-Term Perspective
March 09, 2019
Here's What Big Movement In The Bonds Means
February 27, 2019
If you only look at how the stock indexes performed today you'd think nothing happened in today's session. To the contrary, there was a big move in bonds that everyone needs to be aware of.