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Canberra Times
8@eight: ASX set to follow Wall Street lowerunsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate"
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
unsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate". 4. US: There has been little change in US Treasuries on the day, in fact, the 2- and 5-year part of the Treasury yield curve are a touch higher and subsequently we... Read more
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TheBull
IG Research - The long and the short of it - www.thebull.com.auwho unsurprisingly detailed “ending asset purchases this year would be appropri
TheBull / Posted yesterday
who unsurprisingly detailed “ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate”. There has been little change in US Treasuries on the day, in fact, the 2- and 5-year part of the Treasury yield curve are a touch higher and subsequently, we... Read more
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WA Today
ASX set to follow Wall Street lowerunsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate"
WA Today / Posted yesterday
unsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate". 4. US: There has been little change in US Treasuries on the day, in fact, the 2- and 5-year part of the Treasury yield curve are a touch higher and subsequently we... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
8@eight: ASX set to follow Wall Street lowerunsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate"
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
unsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate". 4. US: There has been little change in US Treasuries on the day, in fact, the 2- and 5-year part of the Treasury yield curve are a touch higher and subsequently we... Read more
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The Age
8@eight: ASX set to follow Wall Street lowerunsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate"
The Age / Posted yesterday
unsurprisingly detailed "ending asset purchases this year would be appropriate". 4. US: There has been little change in US Treasuries on the day, in fact, the 2- and 5-year part of the Treasury yield curve are a touch higher and subsequently we... Read more
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Canberra Times
The drums are beating for the bond market, but Bill Gross could still be wrongwill start to look at that and say, 'would I rather buy the S&P at nosebleed le
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
will start to look at that and say, 'would I rather buy the S&P at nosebleed levels, or do I want to buy risk-free US Treasuries at 2 per cent-plus?'". Inflows into US, global, and emerging markets bond funds hit 14, 16 and 76-week highs... Read more
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WA Today
The drums are beating for the bond market, but Bill Gross could still be wrongwill start to look at that and say, 'would I rather buy the S&P at nosebleed le
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
will start to look at that and say, 'would I rather buy the S&P at nosebleed levels, or do I want to buy risk-free US Treasuries at 2 per cent-plus?'". Inflows into US, global, and emerging markets bond funds hit 14, 16 and 76-week highs... Read more
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Gulf News
UAE gold rates spike to highest level in 4 monthsValecha, chief market analyst at Century Financial.“News hit the wire that Chin
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
Valecha, chief market analyst at Century Financial.“News hit the wire that Chinese officials would pull back purchasing US treasuries in an attempt to diversify from [the US dollar.] Even though the markets corrected soon after, what we... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The $14 trillion bond market has caught Wall Street off guardof global rates strategy at TD Securities, in a note. This week, foreign centr
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 days ago
of global rates strategy at TD Securities, in a note. This week, foreign central banks showed their continued appetite for US Treasuries during an auction for 10-year notes. Indirect bidders, a group that includes central banks and large investors,... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The $14 trillion bond market has caught Wall Street off guardof global rates strategy at TD Securities, in a note. This week, foreign centr
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
of global rates strategy at TD Securities, in a note. This week, foreign central banks showed their continued appetite for US Treasuries during an auction for 10-year notes. Indirect bidders, a group that includes central banks and large investors,... Read more
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Business Insider
The $14 trillion bond market has caught Wall Street off guardof global rates strategy at TD Securities, in a note. This week, foreign centr
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
of global rates strategy at TD Securities, in a note. This week, foreign central banks showed their continued appetite for US Treasuries during an auction for 10-year notes. Indirect bidders, a group that includes central banks and large investors,... Read more
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NZCity
NZ dollar heads for 1.2pc weekly gainfrom 4.6838 yuan yesterday after the Chinese government quashed speculation it
NZCity / Posted 6 days ago
from 4.6838 yuan yesterday after the Chinese government quashed speculation it was considering cutting its purchases of US Treasuries. The kiwi rose to A92.03c from 91.37c and advanced to 53.53 British pence from 53.22 pence. It gained to 80.69... Read more
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TheBull
Australian shares higher on Wall St gainsput concerns about the bond markets to one side, following a report on Thursday
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
put concerns about the bond markets to one side, following a report on Thursday that China could be set to stop or slow its US Treasuries purchases. "It is all about Wall Street at the moment and those positive moves we have seen almost on a... Read more
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6d
TheBull
Dollar still under pressure as China hits out at 'fake news'fresh selling pressure Thursday even after China hit back over a "fake news" re
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
fresh selling pressure Thursday even after China hit back over a "fake news" report that it could slow or halt purchases of US Treasuries. 12.01.2018 09:27 AM The dollar came under fresh selling pressure Thursday even after China hit back over a... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Tesco Disappoints | Bitcoin 2018 Low | China is the bankera backing of 297 members of the National Assembly, a process which could easily
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
a backing of 297 members of the National Assembly, a process which could easily take months or even years. China and US treasuries ‘China has reduced their purchase of US treasuries’ was the news which crashed the prices of the US Treasuries... Read more
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NZCity
NZD climbs above US72c on ECB minutesfrom 4.6838 yuan on Thursday after the Chinese government quashed speculation i
NZCity / Posted 6 days ago
from 4.6838 yuan on Thursday after the Chinese government quashed speculation it was considering cutting its purchases of US Treasuries. The report triggered a sell-off in US Treasuries and the greenback. The kiwi rose to A91.83c from A91.37c on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Investors uneasy after yield spike in US 10-year bonds wondering if the move is a foretaste of a more volatile year to come for global
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
wondering if the move is a foretaste of a more volatile year to come for global asset markets. The yield for 10-year US treasuries climbed to a 10-month high of 2.59 per cent on Wednesday before retreating to a more palatable level later in... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX extends losing streak to two sessions as banks weigh market downshock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report t
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
shock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report that China, the biggest foreign holder of US Treasuries, could slow or stop buying government bonds. The US Senate's financial services panel will hold a hearing next... Read more
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The Manila Times
Asian markets decline as new year surge fadesNews said Chinese authorities reviewing foreign-exchange holdings have recommen
The Manila Times / Posted 6 days ago
News said Chinese authorities reviewing foreign-exchange holdings have recommended slowing or halting purchases of US Treasuries. The greenback sank against most of its peers soon after the news on fears that a huge amount of foreign... Read more
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The Manila Times
China denies report it could halt US bond purchasesWednesday that officials reviewing China’s foreign-exchange holdings had recomm
The Manila Times / Posted 6 days ago
Wednesday that officials reviewing China’s foreign-exchange holdings had recommended slowing or halting purchases of US Treasuries, citing people familiar with the matter. “We think this story could be quoting a mistaken source or it could... Read more
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Business Insider
China just sent out a warning and it went right over Wall Street's headit really does begin a major US treasury sell off. When things are wrong with
Business Insider / Posted 6 days ago
it really does begin a major US treasury sell off. When things are wrong with you, it hurts me too A massive sell off of US Treasuries would likely turn around and smack China in the face through its currency. "Chinese holdings of US treasuries... Read more
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WA Today
ASX extends losing streak to two sessions as banks weighshock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report t
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
shock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report that China, the biggest foreign holder of US Treasuries, could slow or stop buying government bonds. Bitcoin The US Senate's financial services panel will hold a... Read more
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The Age
ASX extends losing streak to two sessions as banks weighshock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report t
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
shock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report that China, the biggest foreign holder of US Treasuries, could slow or stop buying government bonds. Bitcoin The US Senate's financial services panel will hold a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX extends losing streak to two sessions as banks weighshock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
shock in the market, especially after US bond markets were shaken by a report that China, the biggest foreign holder of US Treasuries, could slow or stop buying government bonds. Bitcoin The US Senate's financial services panel will hold a... Read more
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The Age
Investors uneasy after yield spike in US 10-year bonds wondering if the move is a foretaste of a more volatile year to come for global
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
wondering if the move is a foretaste of a more volatile year to come for global asset markets. The yield for 10-year US treasuries climbed to a 10-month high of 2.59 per cent on Wednesday before retreating to a more palatable level later in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Investors uneasy after yield spike in US 10-year bonds wondering if the move is a foretaste of a more volatile year to come for global
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
wondering if the move is a foretaste of a more volatile year to come for global asset markets. The yield for 10-year US treasuries climbed to a 10-month high of 2.59 per cent on Wednesday before retreating to a more palatable level later in... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Reports that China may halt US government bond purchases may be incorrectbe based on erroneous information”. “China has been diversifying its forex res
Business Insider Australia / Posted 7 days ago
be based on erroneous information”. “China has been diversifying its forex reserves investments and its investments in US Treasuries is market-driven,” SAFE said on its website. It added that “China’s forex reserves management departments are... Read more
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Canberra Times
8@eight: Negative start in store for ASXa PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
a PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1.7%) and it would feed into further selling US treasuries (and buying of USDs) and play nicely into market calls, with the likes of Bill Gross detailing overnight that... Read more
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TheBull
Strong retail sales boost $A, shares fallThe share market is weaker due to speculation China could be reconsidering 30 y
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
The share market is weaker due to speculation China could be reconsidering 30 years of uninterrupted US Treasuries purchases, while the Australian dollar has been boosted by better than expected retail spending. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares down after China bond storyopened lower after Wall Street slid early in its session following a report tha
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
opened lower after Wall Street slid early in its session following a report that China could be set to stop or slow its US Treasuries purchases. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 0.40 per cent at 6,072.3, after the first half-hour of... Read more
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TheBull
IG Research - The long and the short of it - www.thebull.com.auPPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1.7
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1.7%) and it would feed into further selling of US treasuries (and buying of USDs) and play nicely into some of the recent market calls, with the likes of Bill Gross... Read more
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TheBull
Stocks to watch - www.thebull.com.auwell on Thursday as gold soars as the US dollar tumbles following a report sayi
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
well on Thursday as gold soars as the US dollar tumbles following a report saying China may slow or halt its purchases of US Treasuries. NEC - NINE ENTERTAINMENT Shares in Nine Entertainment may come under pressure on Thursday after the network... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morning(-15) 1. US bond yields jumped again overnight, after Chinese authorities indi
Business Insider Australia / Posted 7 days ago
(-15) 1. US bond yields jumped again overnight, after Chinese authorities indicated they may scale back their purchases of US treasuries. The yield on benchmark US 10-bonds rose as high as 2.59% before some buyers stepped in. The recent selloff in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Ikea wants pregnant women’s weeTHE Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
THE Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that China may halt or slow its purchase of US Treasuries sent Wall Street falling. At 0700 AEDT on Thursday, the share price futures index was down 18 points, or 0.30 per... Read more
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News.com.au
Ikea wants pregnant women’s weeAustralian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that Chin
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that China may halt or slow its purchase of US Treasuries sent Wall Street falling. At 0700 AEDT on Thursday, the share price futures index was down 18 points, or 0.30... Read more
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News.com.au
Wall St tumbles on China newsAustralian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that Chin
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that China may halt or slow its purchase of US Treasuries sent Wall Street falling. At 0700 AEDT on Thursday, the share price futures index was down 18 points, or 0.30... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Wall St tumbles on China newsTHE Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
THE Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that China may halt or slow its purchase of US Treasuries sent Wall Street falling. At 0700 AEDT on Thursday, the share price futures index was down 18 points, or 0.30 per... Read more
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TheBull
International markets roundupand other financial stocks. Markets had initially fallen on a Bloomberg report
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
and other financial stocks. Markets had initially fallen on a Bloomberg report that China, the world's biggest holder of US Treasuries, was considering slowing purchases. The S&P financial index rose, helped by gains in Wells Fargo and JPMorgan... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares look set to open lowerThe Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
The Australian share market looks set to open lower after a report saying that China may halt or slow its purchase of US Treasuries sent Wall Street falling. At 0700 AEDT on Thursday, the share price futures index was down 18 points, or 0.30 per... Read more
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WA Today
Negative start in store for ASXa PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
a PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1.7%) and it would feed into further selling US treasuries (and buying of USDs) and play nicely into market calls, with the likes of Bill Gross detailing overnight that... Read more
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The Age
8@eight: Negative start in store for ASXa PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
a PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1.7%) and it would feed into further selling US treasuries (and buying of USDs) and play nicely into market calls, with the likes of Bill Gross detailing overnight that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
8@eight: Negative start in store for ASXa PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
a PPI print say above 2.7% and a core CPI print of 1.9% (expectations are for 1.7%) and it would feed into further selling US treasuries (and buying of USDs) and play nicely into market calls, with the likes of Bill Gross detailing overnight that... Read more
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NZCity
NZ dollar hits fresh three-month hightrade-weighted index advanced to 74.82 from 74.66 on Wednesday. Stocks on Wall
NZCity / Posted 7 days ago
trade-weighted index advanced to 74.82 from 74.66 on Wednesday. Stocks on Wall Street and the greenback fell while US Treasuries were also sold off, pushing yields higher, after media reports cited unnamed sources that Chinese officials... Read more
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News.com.au
NZ dollar hits fresh three-month hightrade-weighted index advanced to 74.82 from 74.66 on Wednesday. Stocks on Wall
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
trade-weighted index advanced to 74.82 from 74.66 on Wednesday. Stocks on Wall Street and the greenback fell while US Treasuries were also sold off, pushing yields higher, after media reports cited unnamed sources that Chinese officials... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The chief investment strategist at $6 trillion fund giant BlackRock says Trump's trade policy is the biggest risk to marketsinto question our economic outlook," he wrote. If such a situation were to tra
Stamford Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
into question our economic outlook," he wrote. If such a situation were to transpire, Turnill recommends the purchase of US Treasuries, which he notes can be an effective hedge. But despite Turnill's apprehension around Trump's trade policy,... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The chief investment strategist at $6 trillion fund giant BlackRock says Trump's trade policy is the biggest risk to marketsinto question our economic outlook," he wrote. If such a situation were to tra
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 days ago
into question our economic outlook," he wrote. If such a situation were to transpire, Turnill recommends the purchase of US Treasuries, which he notes can be an effective hedge. But despite Turnill's apprehension around Trump's trade policy,... Read more
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Canberra Times
8@eight: ASX set to follow Wall St higheryear view still makes a lot of sense to me based on the fundamentals. That macr
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
year view still makes a lot of sense to me based on the fundamentals. That macro view is one of reflation and we have seen US Treasuries go on sale here, with the long-end of the curve taking a hit and having a few in the market asking whether this... Read more
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Business Insider
The chief investment strategist at $6 trillion fund giant BlackRock says Trump's trade policy is the biggest risk to marketsinto question our economic outlook," he wrote. If such a situation were to tra
Business Insider / Posted 8 days ago
into question our economic outlook," he wrote. If such a situation were to transpire, Turnill recommends the purchase of US Treasuries, which he notes can be an effective hedge. But despite Turnill's apprehension around Trump's trade policy,... Read more
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WA Today
ASX set to follow Wall St higheryear view still makes a lot of sense to me based on the fundamentals. That macr
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
year view still makes a lot of sense to me based on the fundamentals. That macro view is one of reflation and we have seen US Treasuries go on sale here, with the long-end of the curve taking a hit and having a few in the market asking whether this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
8@eight: ASX set to follow Wall St higheryear view still makes a lot of sense to me based on the fundamentals. That macr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
year view still makes a lot of sense to me based on the fundamentals. That macro view is one of reflation and we have seen US Treasuries go on sale here, with the long-end of the curve taking a hit and having a few in the market asking whether this... Read more
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