• Traders rush into Treasurys

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Treasury yields were sharply lower Thursday as traders moved into safety as stocks wiped out their gains for the year.
    Thursday's buying pushed yields down more than eight basis points in the front of the curve.
    On Tuesday, a portion of the yield curve inverted, sparking recession fears.
    Traders were rushing into Treasurys early Thursday as US equity markets wiped out their gains for the year following news of the arrest of Meng Wanzhou , CFO of the Chinese tech and telecoms giant Huawei. Meng's arrest has stoked fears that the trade-war truce between the US and China could be in...
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  • Market Remains Under Pressure Amid Fizzling Optimism On Trade, Worry About Yield Inversion

    Market Remains Under Pressure Amid Fizzling Optimism On Trade, Worry About Yield Inversion

    7 days ago - By Forbes

    After a mid-week break, sharp selling in U.S. stocks looks poised to continue on fears about an inversion in the Treasury market and worries about U.S.-China trade relations.
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  • Treasury yields slide amid safe haven buying and worries of a curve inversion

    7 days ago - By CNBC

    U.S. government debt prices rose on Thursday, with investors rattled by volatility in equity markets and anxiety around a potential yield curve inversion.
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