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The bank bought French bond futures to prop up its Belgian bond holdings and sell the latter assets, the Autorité des Marchés Financiers alleged on Tuesday.
Investors placed orders for more $20 billion worth of the dollar bonds, according to a report from Bloomberg.
‘Bond King’ Jeff Gundlach says the Fed may start expanding its balance sheet after injecting $128 billion into markets
Expanding the balance sheet is a way of "baby stepping" into quantitative easing, Gundlach said on Tuesday.
Investors are more worried than ever that a major recession or market crash is right around the corner
New stock-market records are masking concerns under the surface. But investors surveyed by Allianz are worried about what's going on.
The safest US bonds are offering their worst returns since the 2016 presidential election — and that’s a major warning sign the economy is...
Falling Treasury yields have caught industry watchers off guard. In January, no one expected them to fall below 2.5%.
A Wall Street investment chief overseeing $26 billion breaks down why recession fears are overblown, even as the market clamors for Fed relief
The yield-curve inversion between 10-year Treasurys and 3-month notes is a signal of low inflation, not imminent recession, industry watchers argue.
Numerous yield curve inversions are a sign that equities are topping and the S&P 500 could cap at 2,800, according to analysts from Societe Generale.
An inverted yield curve, which has historically signaled a recession is coming, has occurred for the second time this year.
Warnings in the bond market sent Asian equities plummeting, but US futures and European shares were either flat or only slightly lower early Monday.
Either the benchmark US 10-year Treasury yield is too high, or the S&P 500 is too low, Deutsche Bank said in a new note.