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My Kuroda! 10Y T-Note Yield Declines After Approaching 3% Barrier (Same For Germany And Japan)

The US Treasury 10Y yield appears to have bounced off a reflecting barrier — the 3% yield barrier.

For the German Bund, it is reflecting off of the 75 basis point barrier. 26 more words

The Under-utilization of Housing Wealth In Retirement (Is Credit Too Tight and Shared Appreciation Mortgages As A Solution?)

There is an interesting event coming to Washington DC — the 2018 Housing Wealth in Retirement Symposium brought to you by The Funding Longevity Task Force at The American College of Financial Services and the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC). 532 more words

Treasury Seven-Year Sale Caps $258 Billion Week of Higher Yields (Git-R-Done!)

Both Larry the Cable Guy and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin would be proud of this week’s Treasury auctions. The “Git-R-Done! Auctions. (Bloomberg) — The U.S. Treasury’s $29 billion auction of seven-year notes drew the highest yield for securities at that tenor since 2011, 168 more words

Will US Treasury 10Y Yield Stop At 3%? (4 Fed Rate Hikes Unlikely) - Reverse Limbo Rock

To paraphrase Chubby Checker, “How High Will It Go?” That is, how high will the 10 year Treasury yield rise and how high will 30 year mortgage rates rise as well? 249 more words