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  • U.S. Government-Bond Yields Fall as Investors Seek Safety From Tech-Stock Slide

    The yield on the benchmark 10- year Treasury notched its largest single-day decline in a month after a steep fall in technology stocks pushed investors to the safety of government bonds. The yield on the benchmark 10- year note closed at 0.682%, down from 0.720% Friday-- its largest single-session decline since Aug. 4. The yield on the 30- year-bond also slid, settling at 1.421%, from 1.468% last week. Yields fall when bond prices rise.

  • U.S. Government-Bond Yields Fall As Investors Seek Safety

    Treasury yields fell Tuesday after a fresh decline in technology stocks pushed investors to the safety of government bonds. The yield on the benchmark 10- year note fell to a recent 0.672%, according to Tradeweb, from 0.720% last Friday. The yield on the 30- year-bond also slid, falling to a recent 1.408%, from 1.468% last week.

  • U.S. Government-Bond Yields Climb After Jobs Data

    U.S. government bond yields rose after data showed the economy added more jobs than expected last month, driving down the unemployment rate. The yield on the 10- year Treasury note recently traded at 0.688%, according to Tradeweb, on pace to end a five- session streak of declines. That compares with 0.645% before the report's release and 0.621% at Thursday's close.

  • U.S. Government-Bond Yields Climb After Jobs Data

    U.S. government-bond yields rose after data showed the economy added more jobs than expected last month, driving down the unemployment rate. The yield on the 10- year Treasury note recently traded at 0.661%, according to Tradeweb, on pace to end a five- session streak of declines. That compares to 0.645% before the report's release and 0.621% at Thursday's close.

  • Credit Markets: Brazil Company Ties Bond to Emission Cuts -- WSJ

    This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal. As Brazil struggles with deforestation, one of the country's largest paper manufacturers is pitching investors a bond that will cost the company money if it fails to meet greenhouse gas-reduction targets. The new type of security from Suzano SA is part of an evolution in the green bond market as companies and nations look...

  • Correction to Tesla Bond Article (Sept. 2)

    Baillie Gifford& Co. is a Scottish investment house and Tesla's second-largest shareholder. "After Stock Split, Tesla's Share-Sale Plans Boost Bonds--Update" at 6:01 p.m. ET on Sept. 2, incorrectly spelled the firm's name as Ballie Gifford. (END) Dow Jones Newswires 09-03-20 1715 ET Copyright (c) 2020 Dow Jones& Company, Inc..

  • Correction to Suzano Bond Article

    Marcelo Bacci is the Chief Financial Officer of Suzano. "Brazilian Company Suzano Bets the Bond Market on Emission Cuts" at 10:07 a.m ET, incorrectly said he was the Chief Executive Officer. (END) Dow Jones Newswires 09-03-20 1135 ET Copyright (c) 2020 Dow Jones& Company, Inc..

  • Brazilian Company Suzano Bets the Bond Market on Emission Cuts

    As Brazil struggles with deforestation, one of the country's largest paper manufacturers is pitching investors a bond that will cost the company money if it fails to meet greenhouse gas-reduction targets. The new type of security from Suzano SA is part of an evolution in the green bond market as companies and nations look for new ways to fund themselves by tapping into rising demand for investment products that further environmental, social and governance, or ESG, objectives.

  • Credit Markets: Tesla Bonds Rally on Split -- WSJ

    This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal. The latest beneficiaries of Tesla Inc.' s surging shares: bondholders. Prices for Tesla's traditional bond due in 2025 reached a record 104.36 cents on the dollar Tuesday, according to MarketAxess, after the electric-car maker said it would sell up to $5 billion in stock, bolstering its balance sheet after a 5- for-1 stock...

  • After Stock Split, Tesla's Share-Sale Plans Boost Bonds--Update

    The latest beneficiaries of Tesla Inc.' s surging shares: bondholders. Prices for Tesla's traditional bond due in 2025 reached a record 104.36 cents on the dollar Tuesday, according to MarketAxess, after the electric-car maker said it would sell up to $5 billion in stock, bolstering its balance sheet after a 5- for-1 stock split Monday. That marks a rebound from lows around 79 cents during the worst of the pandemic's market turmoil and the latest big swing in the company's bond...

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