Tag: Government Borrowing

Treasury yields mostly lower to kick off August

Treasury yields were mostly lower to kick off August trading on Monday, after the rates on 2- and 10-year notes saw their biggest monthly declines...

Treasury yields hold steady to start the week, ahead of Fed meeting

Treasury yields were little changed on Monday as investors geared up for this week’s meeting of Federal Reserve policy makers. What are yields doing? The...

Treasury yields rise Friday but 10 and 30-year debt mark third straight weekly slide

Yields for U.S. government debt on Friday rose slightly, but long-dated bond yields rang up a third straight weekly drop after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome...

Treasury rally pauses Friday but government debt books second straight weekly yield decline

Yields for long-dated U.S. government debt rose Friday for the first time in five sessions, as a rally that took the 10-year and 30-year Treasurys...

U.S. Treasury yields edge up from 3 month lows ahead of May inflation data

U.S. government bond yields on Thursday were edging higher, rising from their lowest level in about 3 months, ahead of a closely watched reading of...

U.S. Treasury yields rise to highest since mid-May as jobs data improves

U.S. government bond yields rose Thursday, and the 2-year and 10-year Treasurys hit their highest yield since mid-May, following a report showing a jump in...

10-, 30-year Treasury yields inch up Tuesday as U.S. stocks slide

Long-dated U.S. Treasury rates edged higher Tuesday, with appetite for bonds cooling even amid a round of weaker-than-expected housing data, which undercut the positive tone...

U.S. government bonds see muted action as investors parse Powell comments, await big auctions

U.S. Treasury yields were seeing subdued moves Monday morning, as investors parsed comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell during a “60 Minutes” interview and...

As rising Treasury yields spook stock investors, March looms like a lion

After a frenetic February, investors are probably hoping that March holds true to its proverb: In like a lion out like a lamb. Indeed, February...

$1.9 trillion coronavirus aid package set to clear House late tonight

House Democrats hope to clear President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion economic package late Friday and send it on to the Senate, where it will face...

U.S. government bonds just staged epic yield climbs.What’s next?

U.S. Treasury yields saw a steady rise in rates ignited into a surge on Thursday, putting government debt across the curve on track to mark...

Long-dated government bond yields post weekly slide as stocks run into turbulence

Treasury yields on Friday barely budged but longer-dated government debt posted weekly declines, and prices rose, as stocks faced headwinds centered on a lack of...

CBO: Keeping U.S. long-term debt stable would mean hundreds of billions in tax hikes or deficit reduction

A sheet of one-dollar bills on a light table during production at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington. Congress’s nonpartisan number crunchers said...

What did people do with their $1,200 stimulus checks? Finally an answer

Lower-income Americans were more likely to spend their stimulus checks, but more Americans may have also spent their stimulus checks if more businesses were open...