Everybody Wants Duration Even as Fed Normalization Draws Near
An analyst says insurers’ and pension funds’ needs could put a cap on 30-year bond rates.
Wall Street, Not Waiting on Mnuchin, Readies Debt-Limit War Room
SIFMA hopes to do what it can to maintain stability.
Death Knell of Libor Heralds Structured Notes Backed by ... Libor
Janus Henderson Group has just announced two new ETNs linked to Libor — a long and short one.
Fed’s Unwinding Poses More Risks to Mortgage Bonds Than Treasuries
Investors are demanding an additional 0.29% yield to buy mortgage securities instead of Treasuries, almost triple the spread since 2016's low.
Wall Street Signals Bond Yields to Stay Lower, Fed Hikes or Not
Life insurers are hungry for higher rates. It's not clear whether central bankers can feed them.
Trillions of Dollars at Stake When Trump Addresses Congress Tuesday Night
Money managers, traders and analysts will be listening for details about the pro-growth policy agenda that Trump has promised.
Fed crying wolf risks losing investor faith in policy rate path
When will the Fed raise interest rates? It's anybody's guess.
Most Expensive Bond Market in History Has Come Unhinged. Or Not.
Global yields are lowest since at least 1871, says Jack Malvey; term premiums in U.S., Japan, Germany and U.K. turn negative.
Trump's comments on U.S. debt seen as non-starter by bond market
A strategist says Trump could actually try to change the terms of U.S. debt.
Fed raised rates without a hitch, and it only took $105 billion
With so much cash in the system, interbank lending has fallen almost 90 percent since 2008.