mid-2015, it is likely that we will see interest rates in more normal territory. This means rising to the 3.5% range for 10 - year Treasury bonds – now at 2% Less smooth sailing for stock prices . Yes, we almost saw a full 10% market correction last fall
respectively, stock market volatility (as measured by the VIX Index) tended to rise and interest rates (as measured by 10 - year Treasury bond yields) fell. These conditions generally moved investors toward higher-quality, income-producing large-cap
Feb 20 (Reuters) - Speculators' net bearish bets on U.S. 10 - year Treasury note futures rose in the latest week as traders pared safe-haven holdings of low-risk bonds due to optimism Greece would...
long-term investors with insights into the potential ceiling on 10 - year Treasury yields, as well. In this case, if our view of the terminal ..... the cycle in 2017 or early 2018 could see a ceiling for the 10 - year note around 2.75 to 3.25 percent—a level much lower than
The initial withdrawal rate is on the left in both tables. The first table uses a balanced portfolio of S&P 500 and 10 - year T - note , rebalanced annually. The column headings indicate percentage of assets in stocks. The second table shows the results
an interest-rate story. At the end of the 2013, the 10 - year Treasury got up just over 3%, and people thought that 2014 was ..... get a little bit better and QE came to an end, but the 10 - year Treasury ended the year closer to 2% and then ducked under 2% in
unusually strong as interest rates have declined substantially across developed markets. For example, in the U.S., the 10 - year Treasury bond has declined almost 50 basis points to end January at 1.68%. In Europe, the yield on the 10-year German bund
asked as they watched the U.S. 10 - year Treasury slide below 2%, how long will it ..... interest rates (and, specifically, the 10 - year Treasury yield shown in this illustration ..... Particularly notable is that the 10 - year Treasury – the bond with the highest interest
NAIROBI, Feb 5 (Reuters) - Kenya's central bank said on Thursday it will sell new two-year and a re-opened 10 - year Treasury bonds worth up to 25 billion shillings ($273.4 million).
depressed oil prices (to around $40 per barrel) could push 10 - year Treasury rates to new all-times lows of less than 1.38%, as ..... closely tied to inflation/deflation rates. Currently, the 10 - year note has already fallen to 1.67% from 2.58% 12 months ago