US Treasury yields tick lower as investors await economic data, auctions

ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 2.5776 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at 2.9824 percent. On the data front, the latest Philadelphia Fed nonmanufacturing survey and FHFA Housing Price Index for February will be published during early morning deals. New home sales for March and the Richmond Fed survey for April will both be released at around 10:00 a.m. Meanwhile, White House economic ad


ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 2.5776 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at 2.9824 percent. On the data front, the latest Philadelphia Fed nonmanufacturing survey and FHFA Housing Price Index for February will be published during early morning deals. New home sales for March and the Richmond Fed survey for April will both be released at around 10:00 a.m. Meanwhile, White House economic ad
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US Treasury yields tick lower as investors await economic data, auctions

At around 02:10 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was lower at around 2.5776 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also lower at 2.9824 percent.

On the data front, the latest Philadelphia Fed nonmanufacturing survey and FHFA Housing Price Index for February will be published during early morning deals. New home sales for March and the Richmond Fed survey for April will both be released at around 10:00 a.m. ET.

The Federal Reserve Board will hold an open meeting Tuesday to discuss a proposal that would simplify and increase the transparency of its rules of determining control of a banking organization.

Meanwhile, White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow is scheduled to comment on the U.S. economy and recent market volatility at a National Press Club event.

The U.S. Treasury is set to auction $26 billion in 52-week bills and $40 billion in two-year notes on Tuesday.


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Treasury yields move higher ahead of home sales data

U.S. government debt prices fell slightly on Monday as investors continue to watch for fresh economic data. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose to 2.5722 while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond rose to 2.9729. Bond yields move inversely to prices. Bond traders could see a quieter day Monday as markets re-open following the Easter break. Existing home sales data for March, due 10.00 a.m.


U.S. government debt prices fell slightly on Monday as investors continue to watch for fresh economic data. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose to 2.5722 while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond rose to 2.9729. Bond yields move inversely to prices. Bond traders could see a quieter day Monday as markets re-open following the Easter break. Existing home sales data for March, due 10.00 a.m.
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Treasury yields move higher ahead of home sales data

U.S. government debt prices fell slightly on Monday as investors continue to watch for fresh economic data.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose to 2.5722 while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond rose to 2.9729. Bond yields move inversely to prices.

Bond traders could see a quieter day Monday as markets re-open following the Easter break. Existing home sales data for March, due 10.00 a.m. ET, will be in focus for traders.

The Chicago Fed also releases its National Activity Index for March on Monday morning (at 08.30 a.m. ET). An auction of 3 and 6-month bills will take place late morning.


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Cramer Remix: Memo to President Trump – the Fed’s on your side

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday suggested that President Donald Trump stop targeting Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and let the chief carry out his current monetary policy plan. “Memo to the President: Powell stopped tightening, he’s doing what you want — take yes for an answer,” the “Mad Money” host said. The Fed put a hold on rate increases in part because of slowing growth in the global economy. As investors and analysts worry that a recession could be looming, Cramer said he is not convi


CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday suggested that President Donald Trump stop targeting Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and let the chief carry out his current monetary policy plan. “Memo to the President: Powell stopped tightening, he’s doing what you want — take yes for an answer,” the “Mad Money” host said. The Fed put a hold on rate increases in part because of slowing growth in the global economy. As investors and analysts worry that a recession could be looming, Cramer said he is not convi
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Cramer Remix: Memo to President Trump - the Fed's on your side

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday suggested that President Donald Trump stop targeting Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and let the chief carry out his current monetary policy plan.

In a Sunday tweet on, Trump doubled down, again, on his criticism of Powell in the wake of the Federal Open Market Committee’s move to raise the benchmark funds rate to a range of 2.25% to 2.5% last December.

“Memo to the President: Powell stopped tightening, he’s doing what you want — take yes for an answer,” the “Mad Money” host said.

Cramer, who was also once critical of the Fed chair, has warmed up to Powell since he canceled plans to hike rates in 2019 in favor of a “patient” approach. The host called the rate increase a “rookie mistake.”

The Fed put a hold on rate increases in part because of slowing growth in the global economy. As investors and analysts worry that a recession could be looming, Cramer said he is not convinced.

“I’m not saying the economy’s in great shape. The point I’m making is that it’s foolish to view the inverted yield curve — the fact that some short-term interest rates are now higher than some longer-term rates — as a harbinger of recession,” he said. “We only have an inverted yield curve because the Fed mess up when it tightened in December. They know the situation is fragile, so I think they’ll stay on hold.”

As the economy remains relatively healthy, he said there are a number of warning signals that would hold the Federal Reserve back from being hawkish again in the near future.

Cramer gives seven reasons why here


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Investors should be getting ready for an uptrend — not a downturn

The outlook for the global economy, and in turn financial markets, may not be nearly as bleak as the yield curve suggests. The yield curve is clearly an important indicator to look at, though it does not pinpoint the precise timing of a recession. The yield curve inversion between July 2000 and January 2001, for example, was followed by a U.S. recession between March and November 2001. The yield curve inverted again in July 2006 to May 2007 ahead of the global financial crisis in the autumn of 2


The outlook for the global economy, and in turn financial markets, may not be nearly as bleak as the yield curve suggests. The yield curve is clearly an important indicator to look at, though it does not pinpoint the precise timing of a recession. The yield curve inversion between July 2000 and January 2001, for example, was followed by a U.S. recession between March and November 2001. The yield curve inverted again in July 2006 to May 2007 ahead of the global financial crisis in the autumn of 2
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Investors should be getting ready for an uptrend — not a downturn

We beg to differ. The outlook for the global economy, and in turn financial markets, may not be nearly as bleak as the yield curve suggests.

We estimate the probability of a recession in the U.S. at less than 10% in the next 12 months, less than 20% in two years and just over 30% in three years. Contrary to commonly used models such as that of the New York Fed, our model does not include market data but focuses on structural macro data such as consumption and income balances and central bank accommodation.

The yield curve is clearly an important indicator to look at, though it does not pinpoint the precise timing of a recession. The yield curve inversion between July 2000 and January 2001, for example, was followed by a U.S. recession between March and November 2001. The yield curve inverted again in July 2006 to May 2007 ahead of the global financial crisis in the autumn of 2008.

As the circumstances of each recession are different, it is prudent to look at the bigger picture. First, certain conditions have changed over the past decade: Following the 2008 financial crisis, major central banks introduced significant quantitative easing measures that have moved bond markets and yields to levels where an inversion of the yield curve is more likely now than in previous economic cycles. This diminishes the role of yield curve inversions as a recession bellwether.

Furthermore, other structural macroeconomic factors can potentially signal a recession. It is therefore important to look at labor markets, corporate and consumer debt, the fiscal policy of major central banks, and the state of the Chinese economy, to name just a few. None of these signals currently point to an impending downturn.


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Goldman Sachs says chance of a recession is now just 10%

Goldman Sachs economists say Federal Reserve policy has reduced the risk of a recession over the next year to just 10% from a previous 20% at the end of the fourth quarter. But the Fed’s success in fighting off a recession may actually make it reconsider its policy of holding off interest rate hikes, as the central bank itself has noted, the economists wrote. The central bank, after that meeting, released revised economic and interest rate forecasts that showed expectations for a weaker economy


Goldman Sachs economists say Federal Reserve policy has reduced the risk of a recession over the next year to just 10% from a previous 20% at the end of the fourth quarter. But the Fed’s success in fighting off a recession may actually make it reconsider its policy of holding off interest rate hikes, as the central bank itself has noted, the economists wrote. The central bank, after that meeting, released revised economic and interest rate forecasts that showed expectations for a weaker economy
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Goldman Sachs says chance of a recession is now just 10%

Goldman Sachs economists say Federal Reserve policy has reduced the risk of a recession over the next year to just 10% from a previous 20% at the end of the fourth quarter.

The economists concluded that the improvement in financial conditions since the beginning of the year is in large part due to the abrupt policy shift by the Fed, after it raised interest rates by a quarter point in December.

But the Fed’s success in fighting off a recession may actually make it reconsider its policy of holding off interest rate hikes, as the central bank itself has noted, the economists wrote.

“The Fed’s dovish shift was likely designed to decrease downside risks, and our findings suggest that this has largely worked as planned. As the lingering effects of the Q4 tightening gradually fade away, the Fed may eventually be willing to revisit the need for patience, as indicated in the January minutes,” they wrote.

The Fed was expected to release the minutes Wednesday of the Federal Open Market Committee’s March meeting, when it held rates steady. The central bank, after that meeting, released revised economic and interest rate forecasts that showed expectations for a weaker economy and no rate increases this year, reinforcing the “patient” stance officials had been discussing.

“Financial conditions have eased significantly in 2019, with the FCI [financial conditions index] now reversing roughly 80% of the tightening in 2018Q4,” the economists wrote, adding growth has also picked up. Financial conditions include such things as the stock market’s performance and interest rate levels.

Economists have been ratcheting up expectations for first-quarter growth and now many of them see it tracking closer to 2% than 1%, as it had previously. The yield curve is no longer inverted between the 10-year note yield and the 3-month bill yield, as it had been several weeks ago. A yield curve inversion is seen as a reliable recession signal.

Treasury yields have also risen, from the lowest levels in more than a year. On Wednesday, the 10-year yield was at 2.47% in late morning, after touching 2.51% earlier in the day.

The economists said the easing of financial conditions was by far the biggest influence on the reduction of downside risks.

“Our analysis also suggests that downside risk will likely be contained in the near-term, barring another large tightening in the FCI. In addition to the reversal of much of the Q4 FCI tightening, US growth momentum has improved and global growth appears to be stabilizing,” they wrote.

Correction: On Wednesday the 10-year yield was at 2.47% in late morning, after touching 2.51% earlier in the day. An earlier version misstated the day.


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The semis are sending an important signal to the bond market: JP Morgan

The yield curve between the 3-month and 10-year note also inverted, a market signal often considered a recession precursor. He told CNBC’s “Futures Now” on Thursday that strength in semiconductors signaled a recovery in global manufacturing data. “Look back at summer 2016. It took until mid-year for global PMI to show signs of a pickup. Its price moves have also outperformed the market – the SOXX ETF has surged 28% in 2019, nearly double the S&P 500.


The yield curve between the 3-month and 10-year note also inverted, a market signal often considered a recession precursor. He told CNBC’s “Futures Now” on Thursday that strength in semiconductors signaled a recovery in global manufacturing data. “Look back at summer 2016. It took until mid-year for global PMI to show signs of a pickup. Its price moves have also outperformed the market – the SOXX ETF has surged 28% in 2019, nearly double the S&P 500.
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The semis are sending an important signal to the bond market: JP Morgan

Semis could be pointing to a spike in yields, JPMorgan technician says 2:59 PM ET Fri, 5 April 2019 | 02:28

Yields have tumbled over the past month as a dovish Federal Reserve and weak global data kept demand for bonds alive.

The 10-year yield, which moves inversely to the note’s price, ended Friday at 2.5% after hitting a low of 2.34% a week earlier. That late-March level was its lowest in 14 months. The yield curve between the 3-month and 10-year note also inverted, a market signal often considered a recession precursor.

Jason Hunter, head of global fixed income and U.S. equity technical strategy at J.P. Morgan, expects yields to make a comeback into the summer and is finding proof in an unexpected corner of the market.

He told CNBC’s “Futures Now” on Thursday that strength in semiconductors signaled a recovery in global manufacturing data. Then, when data improves, global rates will move higher.

“Semiconductors 12-month performance leads PMI and they stay very correlated, not just in this cycle but if you go back to the late 1990s. That relationship has been around for a long while,” said Hunter. “Look back at summer 2016. What you see is the semiconductors year-over-year growth bottoms out early on in the year and then PMIs bottom out a quarter later so basically lagging.”

The SOXX semiconductor ETF’s rate of change, a momentum indicator, bottomed out in February 2016. It took until mid-year for global PMI to show signs of a pickup.

This year, the SOXX ETF’s rate of change found a bottom in January before the trend turned upward. Its price moves have also outperformed the market – the SOXX ETF has surged 28% in 2019, nearly double the S&P 500.

Like in 2016, Hunter expects the global PMI data to begin to pick up steam a quarter or two after the semis show improvement and only then will some of the lagging corners of the market begin to turn higher, too.

“There’s a class of markets that doesn’t really re-price until the data validates. We’ll put global rates in there. And in equities, we focused on financials, energy and materials. Their relative performance strengths tend to track PMI and not the leading markets,” said Hunter. “We’re still bullish on the S&P, but we’d rather buy those laggard groups making the bet that we see convergence into the summer.”

On the 5-year note, Hunter anticipates its yield moving to 2.35% to 2.4% in the near term, up from 2.31% on Friday. Yields should spike to 2.6% by the middle of the year, he says.


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Treasury yields fall amid strong manufacturing data

U.S. government debt prices were higher Tuesday, following the release of solid manufacturing data in the U.S. and China. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell to 2.476 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond dipped to 2.876 percent. Market players digested strong manufacturing data of the U.S. and China. U.S. factory activity expanded last month, data showed, rebounding from its lowest level since late 2016. A separate survey showed China’s manufacturing activity a


U.S. government debt prices were higher Tuesday, following the release of solid manufacturing data in the U.S. and China. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell to 2.476 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond dipped to 2.876 percent. Market players digested strong manufacturing data of the U.S. and China. U.S. factory activity expanded last month, data showed, rebounding from its lowest level since late 2016. A separate survey showed China’s manufacturing activity a
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Treasury yields fall amid strong manufacturing data

U.S. government debt prices were higher Tuesday, following the release of solid manufacturing data in the U.S. and China.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell to 2.476 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond dipped to 2.876 percent. Bond yields move inversely to prices.

Market players digested strong manufacturing data of the U.S. and China.

U.S. factory activity expanded last month, data showed, rebounding from its lowest level since late 2016. A separate survey showed China’s manufacturing activity also rebounded, expanding at its fastest pace in eight months.


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Stocks set to rise on strong China data, trade progress

U.S. stock futures traded higher on Monday following strong manufacturing data out of China. ET, Dow futures rose 166 points, indicating a higher open of 161 points, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes were also in positive territory. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note recently dipped below that of the 3-month bill, in what’s known as a yield curve inversion. In other news boosting markets, the U.S. and China recently concluded their latest round of trade talks. U.S. officials last week sai


U.S. stock futures traded higher on Monday following strong manufacturing data out of China. ET, Dow futures rose 166 points, indicating a higher open of 161 points, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes were also in positive territory. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note recently dipped below that of the 3-month bill, in what’s known as a yield curve inversion. In other news boosting markets, the U.S. and China recently concluded their latest round of trade talks. U.S. officials last week sai
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Stocks set to rise on strong China data, trade progress

U.S. stock futures traded higher on Monday following strong manufacturing data out of China.

At around 02:45 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 166 points, indicating a higher open of 161 points, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes were also in positive territory.

Traders turned focus to the latest economic figures from China. A private survey showed the country’s manufacturing activity expanded unexpectedly in March, at its fastest pace in eight months.

The figures gave some much-needed relief to investors unnerved of late by fears of a global economic downturn. Early last week, equities came under pressure as bond markets indicated an impending U.S. recession.

The yield on the 10-year Treasury note recently dipped below that of the 3-month bill, in what’s known as a yield curve inversion. A yield curve inversion is seen as a trusted predictor of a recession.

In other news boosting markets, the U.S. and China recently concluded their latest round of trade talks. U.S. officials last week said China had made proposals on a number of issues — including forced technology transfers — that go further than previous commitments.


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Looking for recession signs? Follow the jobs, says Credit Suisse economist

HONG KONG — Investors trying to sniff out signs of the next recession should pay attention to any increase in unemployment rather than movements in bond yield curves and manufacturing, says Credit Suisse Chief Economist James Sweeney. The question of when the next downturn will hit is always worrisome. Recent movements in the U.S. bond market in the form of an inverted yield curve — which occurs when short-term rates surpass longer-term yields — drew a lot of attention, as it’s often seen as a r


HONG KONG — Investors trying to sniff out signs of the next recession should pay attention to any increase in unemployment rather than movements in bond yield curves and manufacturing, says Credit Suisse Chief Economist James Sweeney. The question of when the next downturn will hit is always worrisome. Recent movements in the U.S. bond market in the form of an inverted yield curve — which occurs when short-term rates surpass longer-term yields — drew a lot of attention, as it’s often seen as a r
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Looking for recession signs? Follow the jobs, says Credit Suisse economist

HONG KONG — Investors trying to sniff out signs of the next recession should pay attention to any increase in unemployment rather than movements in bond yield curves and manufacturing, says Credit Suisse Chief Economist James Sweeney.

The question of when the next downturn will hit is always worrisome. Recent movements in the U.S. bond market in the form of an inverted yield curve — which occurs when short-term rates surpass longer-term yields — drew a lot of attention, as it’s often seen as a recession warning. The weakness in global manufacturing has also raised concerns.

Still, Sweeney says those are not currently compelling reasons to be alarmed. The overall labor market is what investors want to watch, he said Thursday during a presentation at the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong.

“That’s not such a lead indicator for recessions anymore, in my view,” said the economist, referring to the inverted yield curve and manufacturing data.


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US Treasury yields move higher ahead of new data and Fed speeches

However, upcoming data and Fed speeches will be important for bond traders too. Meanwhile, investors are also likely to closely monitor a flurry of speeches from policymakers at the U.S. central bank. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, Fed Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles and New York Fed President John Williams are all set to comment on the U.S. economy at separate events on Friday. The bond market is set to remain under close scrutiny amid concerns over global economic growth. Last F


However, upcoming data and Fed speeches will be important for bond traders too. Meanwhile, investors are also likely to closely monitor a flurry of speeches from policymakers at the U.S. central bank. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, Fed Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles and New York Fed President John Williams are all set to comment on the U.S. economy at separate events on Friday. The bond market is set to remain under close scrutiny amid concerns over global economic growth. Last F
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US Treasury yields move higher ahead of new data and Fed speeches

However, upcoming data and Fed speeches will be important for bond traders too.

Meanwhile, investors are also likely to closely monitor a flurry of speeches from policymakers at the U.S. central bank. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, Fed Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles and New York Fed President John Williams are all set to comment on the U.S. economy at separate events on Friday.

On the data front, there will be core price index at 8:30 a.m. ET; consumer sentiment figures and new home sales are due later at 10 a.m. ET.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Treasury has no auctions planned.

The bond market is set to remain under close scrutiny amid concerns over global economic growth. Last Friday, the yield curve between the three-month Treasury bill and the 10-year bond inverted — this is usually perceived as a signal recession could be around the corner.


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