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Bonds
Brian Gilmartin

Bond And Credit Markets After Jackson Hole

The above graph from the St. Louis Fed’s database shows the option-adjusted-spread (OAS) on the investment-grade or high-grade corporate bond index, and presently the spread is about 95–100 bp’s better than the equivalent Treasury. This chart, also from the St. Louis Fed website shows the

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Bonds
Libby CantrillJerome M. SchneiderJerry Woytash

A Dizzying Summer in D.C. as U.S. Debt Ceiling Looms Again

A busy summer on the fiscal front in Washington that’s seen progress on budget and infrastructure legislation could soon give way to another showdown over the U.S. statutory debt ceiling, potentially signaling volatility for investors in the months ahead. The Senate recently passed a $550

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Bonds
Blake Morrow

Chart Of The Day: 10-Year Yield

10-Year Treasury Note Daily Chart. We have a big week in financial markets. and the bond market and currencies are consolidating. Specifically, the has been developing a triangle consolidation for the last couple months. And while it is trading below its 200-day moving average (which

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Bonds
rjmaris

ICBC hires loans distribution banker as part of restructure

By Pan Yue 07.15 AM Industrial and Commercial Bank of China has added Vicky Chan, a loans banker from China Construction Bank, to its team following a restructuring of its origination and distribution business. Already a subscriber? Login Continue reading this article Try full access

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Tony Crescenzi

Why Yields Fell, and What Happens Next

In our baseline forecast, the recent decline in U.S. Treasury yields will reverse somewhat, as some of the near-term factors pressuring yields lower ebb. Yet we acknowledge the risks that yields could well fall further. Looking long term, we expect yields in developed countries to

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