Bond Markets

bond market history
bond market history
Decades of trading shows yields typically fall from May-Sept. This year, looming European political tension also at work If history is any guide, bond investors should be wary of piling into bets that Trump administration policies will jolt the U.S. economy into high gear and drive up Treasury yields…
Bond market blog
Bond market blog
Guest contributor – Simon Duff (Credit Analyst, M&G Credit Analysis team) Last week, International TV network operator Discovery Communications announced the US$15bn acquisition of Scripps Networks. Scripps owns TV networks focused on food, home and travel, so it fits with the factual or “non-scripted”…
Bond market equilibrium
Bond market equilibrium
Supply function shows the relationship between the quantity supplied and the market price, when we hold all other economic variables constant. We drew a supply function in Figure 2. Supply function has a positive slope because as you move from point A to point B, the price becomes higher while the market…
Bond market Indicators
Bond market Indicators
It looks like the bond market is not buying into hopes for economic growth. As of late Monday trading, the 10-year U.S. Treasury note was trading at a yield of 2.25 percent per year, while the two-year note yielded 1.28 percent per year. At 0.97 percentage point, the spread between the longer-maturity…
Antique market bond Street
Antique market bond Street
May 21 June 18 July 16 August 20 September 17 October 15 Interested in selling at the 2017 FLEA? We will start reservations in early April 2017. What could be better than forty nine great antique dealers under one roof? How about sixty seven more outside in the parking lot On the third Sunday of each…