1. 30-year Treasury yield hits nearly six-week high after ‘borderline shocking’ debt auction  MarketWatch
  2. Asia markets mostly rise as Fed's Powell hints at rate cut ahead  CNBC
  3. ECB to Continue QE as Fed Cements its Case for an Interest Rate Cut  DailyFX
  4. The S&P 500 at 3,000 Is No Reason to Celebrate  Bloomberg
  5. Yields jump on stronger-than-expected inflation data, weak Treasury auction  CNBC
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U.S. Treasury yields climb after a stronger-than-expected June inflation reading weighs on demand for an auction of long-dated government paper.U.S. Treasury yields climb after a stronger-than-expected June inflation reading weighs on demand for an auction of long-dated government paper.

30-year Treasury yield hits nearly six-week high after ‘borderline shocking’ debt auction - MarketWatch

(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equities rallied late to close at a record high, while Treasuries retreated after the latest American inflation reading came in hotter than anticipated. The dollar dropped for a second day and gold slipped. The S&P 500 gained for a straight third day after drifting much of the session(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equities rallied late to close at a record high, while Treasuries retreated after the latest American inflation reading came in hotter than anticipated. The dollar dropped for a second day and gold slipped. The S&P 500 gained for a straight third day after drifting much of the session

Stocks Hit Record at Close as Treasuries Retreat: Markets Wrap

European equities climbed alongside U.S. futures and Asian stocks as investors cheered fresh signs from central bankers that rates are headed lower. Treasuries rose and the U.S. dollar fell.

U.S. stocks rally past milestones on tech surge - BNN Bloomberg

Treasury yields jumped on Thursday after the release of U.S. inflation data that topped economist expectations.Treasury yields jumped on Thursday after the release of U.S. inflation data that topped economist expectations.

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“.#FT’s front page Fascinating how “Fed Put” perceptions have evolved. Bernanke Put: Initially aimed at normalizing dysfunctional markets Yellen Put: more to buy time for the economy Powell Put: heightens risk of Fed held captive to ever-great market demands. More on this tomorrow”

Mohamed A. El-Erian on Twitter: ".#FT’s front page Fascinating how “Fed Put” perceptions have evolved. Bernanke Put: Initially aimed at normalizing dysfunctional markets Yellen Put: more to buy time for the economy Powell Put: heightens risk of Fed held captive to ever-great market demands. More on this tomorrow… https://t.co/xBwo8zpHMy"

“Fed Chair Jay Powell has succeeded in dampening market fears of a near-term downturn. Aside from the rally in risk assets, yield curves are widening, with the gap between 2-year and 10-year Treasury yields increasing by the most for a two-day period since February 2018.”

Lisa Abramowicz on Twitter: "Fed Chair Jay Powell has succeeded in dampening market fears of a near-term downturn. Aside from the rally in risk assets, yield curves are widening, with the gap between 2-year and 10-year Treasury yields increasing by the most for a two-day period since February 2018.… https://t.co/bH8zuzYL46"

“NO effort by Fed Chair Powell on Day 2 to walk back the dovishness of yesterday. Powell once again affirms the market's view of rate cuts being on the way. And he declares the death of the Phillips Curve, saying the relationship between wages and inflation has "gone away."”

Steve Liesman on Twitter: "NO effort by Fed Chair Powell on Day 2 to walk back the dovishness of yesterday. Powell once again affirms the market's view of rate cuts being on the way. And he declares the death of the Phillips Curve, saying the relationship between wages and inflation has "gone away.""

“Sure, the stock market spiked on Fed chair Powell's testimony yesterday. But the real news was his revelations about a) the benefits of high-pressure labor markets to people and places left behind, b) how low inflation complements this reality. https://t.co/HpMUtpEXWj”

Jared Bernstein on Twitter: "Sure, the stock market spiked on Fed chair Powell's testimony yesterday. But the real news was his revelations about a) the benefits of high-pressure labor markets to people and places left behind, b) how low inflation complements this reality. https://t.co/HpMUtpEXWj… https://t.co/Z3zOuE0nyf"

Forex news for NY trading on July 11, 2010 In other markets a snapshot of prices are showing : - Spot gold is down $-12.79 or -0.92% at $1405.93. The higher dollar has helped the price of gold move lower. The contract did find support near the 100 and 200 hour MAs between $1402.73 to $1406 area, but is back into that support area near the day's end (). Holding is more bullish. Moving below the $1402.73 (and staying below) would be more bearish The US stocks closed with mixed results. The Dow and S&P are closing higher with both indices closing at record highs. The S&P could not sustain the price above the 3000 level for the 2nd day in a row, but the close at 2999.91 is as close as you can get to the natural key target.    The Dow moved about the 27,000 level for the 1st time ever. It closed near the highs for the day.   European shares closed mixed today with Italy, Spain and Portugal higher and Germany, France and the UK lower.  By Greg MichalowskiForex news for NY trading on July 11, 2010 In other markets a snapshot of prices are showing : - Spot gold is down $-12.79 or -0.92% at $1405.93. The higher dollar has helped the price of gold move lower. The contract did find support near the 100 and 200 hour MAs between $1402.73 to $1406 area, but is back into that support area near the day

Forexlive Americas FX news wrap: Powell II, CPI a bit higher. Claims strong. Other Fed speakers weigh in

Central Bank activity in the last few days has seen policymakers confirm that growth outlook around the world continues tilted to the downside with most economies due for a rate cut.Central Bank activity in the last few days has seen policymakers confirm that growth outlook around the world continues tilted to the downside with most economies due for a rate cut.

ECB to Continue QE as Fed Cements its Case for an Interest Rate Cut

The US Dollar Index (DXY) fell below 97.30 and the 50 and 100-day simple moving averages (DSMAs). Dovish remarks by Fed’s Powell sent the greenback doThe US Dollar Index (DXY) fell below 97.30 and the 50 and 100-day simple moving averages (DSMAs). Dovish remarks by Fed’s Powell sent the greenback do

US Dollar Index technical analysis: Fed’s Powell spoils the bull party as DXY flirts with 97.00

A broad index of stocks around the world rose on Thursday as financial shares helped Wall Street's benchmark index advance, while oil prices fell on a forecast for weaker demand.A broad index of stocks around the world rose on Thursday as financial shares he...

World stocks rise as bond yields buoy financials; oil drops - Reuters

(Bloomberg) -- Treasury two-year yields may slide to 1% by the end of 2020 as the Federal Reserve makes a succession of interest-rate cuts to support growth, Citigroup Inc. says. The dollar is set to slide in that scenario, according to Pacific Investment Management Co.“We’re at a point where we’re weighing(Bloomberg) -- Treasury two-year yields may slide to 1% by the end of 2020 as the Federal Reserve makes a succession of interest-rate cuts to support growth, Citigroup Inc. says. The dollar is set to slide in that scenario, according to Pacific Investment Management Co.“We’re at a point where we’re weighing

Dollar Pain and 1% Yields: How a Fed-Cut Cycle May Hit Markets

In his Congressional testimony on Wednesday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell reaffirmed the strength of the economy — but his focus on "crosscurrents" continues to feed Wall Street's forecast for a rate cut.“The stock market is behaving like a kid who’s throwing a temper tantrum. They want a rate cut and they want it now,” said one analyst.

When Powell went all-out dovish on us yesterday I thought it must be because inflation would be flat or negative today. Nope. Powell also said there's no more cWhen Powell went all-out dovish on us yesterday I thought it must be because inflation would be flat or negative today. Nope.Powell also said there's no more correlation between inflation and jobs.Uh,

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