Fixed Income News Results

  • JGBs little changed as investors count down to fiscal year-end

    Japanese government bond prices were steady across the board as investors were reluctant to stake out positions ahead of the looming domestic fiscal year-end. The benchmark 10-year JGB yield and the 30-year yield were both flat at 0.060 percent and 0.835 percent, respectively.

  • BULLET: US TSYS: US T-Note futures continued their march.....

    US TSYS: US T-Note futures continued their march higher to 124.26 for a gain of 12+ ticks on the session, the front month contract has since levelled out at 124.25. This has been a quiet session in Asia-Pac trade, markets are still digesting the move by US president Trump and his team to pull the Healthcare bill on Friday. - Risk off has seen USDJPY move to the lowest levels since November 2016 at 110.37, JPY strength has pressured Japanese equity markets. The Nikkei 225 is 291 points lower. - US equity futures are also feeling the pressure, down around 0.1% in emini S&P futures. - The US session sees several significant events; 3-,6-Month bill sale, $26bln 2-Year note sale, a speech from Fed's Evans and a speech from Fed's Kaplan after market.

  • BULLET: JGBS: JGB futures have moved in-line with the........

    JGBS: JGB futures have moved in-line with the prevailing risk off rally in Asia-Pac trade. JGB futures are currently at session highs at 150.47, up 8 ticks on the session. The move looks slightly subdued in JGB's compared to other assets, this can be explained by the BoJ's yield curve control measures. Japan stocks are lower (Nikkei 225 last down 278 points at 18,983). - Risk off due to doubts regarding Trump "reflation trade" after the President and his team pulled the Healthcare bill on Friday. - Earlier data from Japan did nothing to deter the upward move in JGB futures, PPI services came in at 0.8% on an annual basis in February, beating expectations. The BoJ summary of opinions from their March meeting provided markets with little food for thought. - Yields have seen subuded moves in Japan, slighly lower across the curve up to the 20-Year sector. 2-Year yield 0.2bp lower, 10-Year yield 0.3bp lower, 30-Year yield 0.5bp higher. The short end is still seeing increased demand into the year end on March 31, 1-Year yield 1.4bp lower.

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks stumble on US policy woes; Trumpflation trades suffer

    * White House failure on healthcare raises worries over tax reform. * Asia markets less impacted on valuation bets. * Dollar falls to near two-month low. * Gold, bonds gain on broad risk aversion. By Saikat Chatterjee.

  • U.S. Treasury futures slightly higher on open

    U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures prices were higher at the open on Sunday, after President Donald Trump's stunning political setback on Friday when Republican leaders pulled legislation to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system. Treasury futures gained 4/32s in price, indicating that yields would start the week lower when bonds start trading in Asia later.

  • BULLET: US TSYS: T-Note futures have moved higher in early...

    US TSYS: T-Note futures have moved higher in early Asia-Pac trade, last at 124.21, equalling the high hit on Friday after US President Trump pulled the Healthcare Bill over concern it did not have sufficient support to pass. Focus is expected to remain on Washington in the near term. The failure of Trump and his team to garner enough support to pass the bill has cast doubts on his status as a "deal maker", and future measures that have been promised by Trump. - T-Note futures rose about 10-ticks in early US trade on Friday as unfavourable rumblings emanated from Washington. Into the close US stocks bounced off their lows to close down just 0.08% on the S&P500, and investors took some profit from treasuries, T-Note futures closed Friday at 124.13. - This is the first chance that Asia-Pac investors have had to react to the failure of the US healthcare bill. It's a relatively quiet session to start the week for Asia, the BoJ release the latest summary of opinions alongside PPI services and Australia sell 30-Year bonds. Later in the US the treasury will sell 2-Year notes and Fed's Evans speaks.

  • U.S. Treasury futures little changed on open

    U.S. 10-year Treasury note futures prices were little changed at the open on Sunday, after President Donald Trump's stunning political setback on Friday when Republican leaders pulled legislation to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system. Treasury futures were up 0.03 percent in opening minutes of trading.

  • Treasury yields fall for 2nd week as Trump fails to muster support for health-care bill

    Treasury yields declined on Friday, cementing their second-straight weekly drop, as recalcitrant House Republicans handed President Donald Trump his first major political defeat by refusing to support his bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. Friday's drop topped off a sharp weekly drop for Treasury yields, which rise as prices fall. Both the two- and 30- year Treasurys cemented their largest weekly gain since the summer.

  • BOND REPORT: Treasury Yields Fall For 2nd Week As Trump Fails To Muster Support For Health-care Bill

    Treasury yields declined on Friday, cementing their second-straight weekly drop, as recalcitrant House Republicans handed President Donald Trump his first major political defeat by refusing to support his bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. Friday's drop topped off a sharp weekly drop for Treasury yields, which rise as prices fall. Both the two- and 30- year Treasurys cemented their largest weekly gain since the summer.

  • BULLET: US TSYS: Choppy trading: Treasuries slide off........

    US TSYS: Choppy trading: Treasuries slide off day's highs, as accounts take profits on safe-haven bid positions set up in case healthcare repeal bill did not pass; meanwhile US stocks hold up fairly well, still off on the day but late buying comes in start about 3:36pm ET. Cash 10-year note is at 2.411%, vs. afternoon low yield of 2.394% set at 3:32pm ET and high yield of 2.436% set early this morning at 4:08 a.m. ET. - This seems more like pre-weekend position squaring, as fuller details not yet known on the healthcare bill situation. - Meanwhile House speaker Paul Ryan will hold a news conference in about 13 minutes at 4:00 p.m. ET.

Search News

Filter Results

Publication Date
Topic
Provider
  • All

News, commentary and research reports are from third-party sources unaffiliated with Fidelity. Fidelity does not endorse or adopt their content. Fidelity makes no guarantees that information supplied is accurate, complete, or timely, and does not provide any warranties regarding results obtained from their use.