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The Treasury Department sold 30-year bonds at a record low yield, highlighting investors’ demand for longer-term debt and its benefits to the government.The Treasury Department sold 30-year bonds at a record low yield, highlighting investors’ demand for longer-term debt and its benefits to the government.

Treasury Sells 30-Year Bonds at Record Low Yield - WSJ

(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. government’s sale of 30-year bonds Thursday drew a record low yield of 2.061% after the Treasury rally spurred by the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus in China and around the world helped drive rates across the curve to multi-month lows.The previous all-time low for a 30-year sale(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. government’s sale of 30-year bonds Thursday drew a record low yield of 2.061% after the Treasury rally spurred by the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus in China and around the world helped drive rates across the curve to multi-month lows.The previous all-time low for a 30-year sale

U.S. Borrows for 30 Years at a Lower Cost Than Ever Before

The Treasury Department auctions 30-year bonds every month – a new issue every three months that determines the coupon rate, followed by two re-openings of that same security to expand the size of the offering.The Treasury Department auctions 30-year bonds every month – a new issue every three months that determines the coupon rate, followed by two re-openings of that same security to expand the size of the offering.

The U.S. Treasury sold $19 billion of long-term bonds with a record-low yield of 2.061% on Thursday. Not only that, but investor demand was the highest for any sale of a new bond since August 2014.The U.S. Treasury sold $19 billion of long-term bonds with a record-low yield of 2.061% on Thursday. Not only that, but investor demand was the highest for any sale of a new bond since August 2014.

Treasury Just Sold 30-Year Bonds at a Record-Low Yield - Barron's

“(Bloomberg) -- Global bonds may be set for an imminent sell-off as this year’s rally falters, according to BNP Paribas SA. The French bank is recommending investors sell benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasuries, targeting a rise in yields to as much as 1.95%, a level not seen this year”

Carl Quintanilla on Twitter: "(Bloomberg) -- Global bonds may be set for an imminent sell-off as this year’s rally falters, according to BNP Paribas SA. The French bank is recommending investors sell benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasuries, targeting a rise in yields to as much as 1.95%, a level not seen this year"

Looking at the IWM and XLP shows that investors are taking on new risk, but in safe sectors. We think a cautious approach is best.Looking at the IWM and XLP shows that investors are taking on new risk, but in safe sectors. We think a cautious approach is best.

Stocks Are Bullish, But Traders Are Still Cautious Now | InvestorPlace

Looking at the IWM and XLP shows that investors are taking on new risk, but in safe sectors. We think a cautious approach is best.

Stocks Are Bullish, But Traders Are Still Cautious Now | InvestorPlace

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The U.S. Treasury Sold 30-Year Bonds at a Record-Low Yield