Articles and Press Coverage

Vivien Lou Chen | Sep 15, 2022

A punishing selloff in short-term debt is pushing one rate near the ‘magic’ level that ‘frightens’ markets

The yield on the 1-year Treasury note is testing 4%, a level that traders say could spill over into other...Read More

Admin | September 2, 2022

A 4% fed funds rate is on traders’ radar for 2022. But it could take up to two years for hikes to make a big inflation impact.

Financial markets in the U.S. remain hyper-focused on the prospect of a continued climb in interest rates, with traders putting...Read More

Vivien Lou Chen | Aug 23, 2022

Disappointing U.S. data has traders considering possibility of a half-point Fed rate hike in September

In the blink of an eye on Tuesday, the U.S. bond market’s focus shifted back toward fears of an unexpectedly...Read More

Admin | June 28, 2022

Note Sales Get Summer Boost

The short-term municipal bond market is set to see a summer revival as state and local governments grapple with uncertainty...Read More

Admin | June 28, 2022

Munis extend rally with yields falling most out long

Municipals extended their rally Wednesday with triple-A yields falling double-digit basis points following strong secondary trading, while a billion-dollar bond...Read More

Admin | June 28, 2022

U.S. inflation expected to keep running hot: Traders see 4 straight months of roughly 9% or higher CPI readings

`Fixings traders are saying inflation is not only not coming down, it is probably accelerating,’ says Gang Hu of WinShore Capital...Read More