Posts Tagged ‘Treasuries’

US money funds cut lending to EU banks

Loans drop to another record low as holdings of Treasuries soar to levels reminiscent of those seen during the financial crisis View full post on Business Stories

Treasury 10-Year Yields Rise Most Since July on European Outlook

Treasuries dropped, pushing 10-year note yields up the most in more than two months, after the European Central Bank coordinated with the Federal Reserve and other central banks to maintain liquidity for the euro area’s financial institutions. View full post on Finance Stories

Pimco Suffers Worst Run on Record

Bill Gross dumped Treasuries, but he also bet big on corporate and non-U.S. credit risk View full post on Finance Stories

Market alarm as US fails to control biggest debt in history

US Treasuries last week suffered their biggest two-day sell-off since the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008. The borrowing costs of the government of the world’s largest economy have now risen by a quarter over the past four weeks. View full post on UK Business Stories

Treasuries Yield Increases On 10-Year Notes

Mid-day trading on Wall Street markets by investors sent Treasuries falling for the third consecutive Friday. View full post on Business Stories