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Decades from now, will 2016 be remembered as a year populist politics forever altered the course of history, the year negative bond yields almost became a new normal, or when institutional investors began to embrace a new wave of fintech solutions? From our seat at the global crossroads of fixed-income, derivatives and ETF markets, it’s clear that all three of these trends have dramatically affected markets during the year, creating far-reaching, behavioral and structural changes that we’ll be talking about for many years to come.
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Yields on U.S. Treasuries fell following today’s jobs report, with securities with longer maturities falling the most. According to Tradeweb data, yields on the 2 year note declined by 1.5 bps, while yields on the 10 year note and
Yields on 10 year Japanese bonds continued to climb today amid ongoing concerns about inflation and monetary policy, according to Tradeweb data. At 0.004%, the yield is up 4.8 bps from Friday’s close of 0.044% and is at
Today, the Bank of Japan’s decided not to pursue additional monetary easing even as it emphasized its readiness to act if warranted. Following this, 2 year yields increased while 10 year and 30 year yields dropped, according to Tradeweb data.
Yields on government securities in Europe increased today following the ECB’s decision to leave all its interest rates unchanged, according to Tradeweb data. The bid yield on the 10 year German Bund increased to 0.238%, up 9.1 bps
Japanese bonds with longer maturities hit new lows, according to Tradeweb data. The bid yield for the 30 year Japanese bond was 0.409%, down 2 bps from Friday’s close of 0.429%, with an intraday low of 0.391% and
U.S. Treasury yields fell following Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s remarks that uncertainty in global markets warranted a slower pace of interest rate increases, according to Tradeweb data. At the Economic Club of New York, Ms. Yellen contrasted
Benchmark bond yields increased today in the U.S., Europe, and Japan, according to Tradeweb data. As of 3 11 PM ET, the bid yield on the 10 year U.S. Treasury note was 1.894%, up 6 bps from yesterday’s
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