U.S. Treasury bonds are being favored by overseas funds, Bank of America: Not a good sign
The detailed results of this month's 10-year US Treasury bond issuance show that the allocation of overseas funds has reached a record high.
With the outbreak of extreme weather and the impact of the world’s “granary”, how long will the price of agricultural products continue to rise?
Extreme weather is causing severe damage to crops around the world. At present, the cost of crops is hovering near the highest level in a decade, and the number of hungry people is rising. In this case, extreme weather poses the threat of further food inflation.
U.S. bonds have risen for 4 consecutive months, why are they still bearish by several top investment banks?
As the U.S. epidemic counterattacked last week, the market became more suspicious of the prospects of U.S. economic recovery. U.S. debt continued to rise. In fact, U.S. debt rose for four consecutive months. Despite this, Wall Street giants still do not believe in evil and insist on a bearish stance.
The US Treasury Department investigates market manipulation? Require the signature of the big buyer of U.S. debt
A statement issued on Thursday showed that the US Treasury Department requires some US debt holders to sign, mainly for those holding large positions in the 10-year US debt issued at the end of last year.
It is possible that the benchmark U.S. bond yield will fall to 1%, and the views of HSBC veterans attract attention
Steven Major, the global head of HSBC Holdings' fixed income research department, has always been known for being long in bonds.