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  1. GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks rebound despite unease over economy; dollar gains
    Reuters | 05/20/22 05:28 PM EDT

    * MSCI's ACWI posts longest losing streak since 1990. * Dollar gains as investors turn risk-averse. * U.S. Treasury yields slide as slowdown fears mount. * Oil gains as supply risks outweigh economic worries. * Graphic: Global asset performance http://tmsnrt.rs/2yaDPgn. * Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh. By Herbert Lash.

  2. TREASURIES-U.S. yields slide for third day as slowdown fears mount
    Reuters | 05/20/22 04:00 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields fell for a third straight session on Friday, with benchmark 10-year yields hitting fresh three-week lows, as investors grew concerned about increasing signs of an economic ...

  3. Speculators raise bearish bets on two-, 10-year Treasury futures
    Reuters | 05/20/22 03:52 PM EDT

    Speculators raised their bearish bets on two- and 10-year Treasury note futures in the latest week, with shorts on two-year notes rising to the highest level since July, Commodity Futures Trading ...

  4. TREASURIES-U.S. yields slide for third day as growth worries persist
    Reuters | 05/20/22 10:43 AM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields fell for a third straight session on Friday, as investors remained concerned about growing signs of an economic slowdown even as the Federal Reserve vowed to stay aggressive with ...

  5. FOREX-Dollar set for first losing week in seven amid U.S. yield retreat
    Reuters | 05/20/22 12:43 AM EDT

    The U.S. dollar was headed for its worst week since early February against major peers on Friday, weighed down by a retreat in Treasury yields and fatigue after the currency's breathless 10%, 14-week surge.

  6. FOREX-Dollar falls for first week in seven amid U.S. yield retreat
    Reuters | 05/19/22 10:07 PM EDT

    The U.S. dollar headed for its worst week since early February against major peers on Friday, weighed down by a retreat in Treasury yields and fatigue after the currency's breathless 10%, 14-week surge. The dollar index, which measures it against six major rivals, was down 1.5% for the week to 102.96, on track to snap a six-week winning run.

  7. TREASURIES-U.S. 10-year yield slides to three-week low as soft data adds to growth fears
    Reuters | 05/19/22 03:32 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields fell on Thursday, with those on benchmark 10-year notes sliding to three-week lows, as continued softness in U.S. economic data fueled growth concerns amid aggressive monetary ...

  8. Barr, Biden's pick for Fed regulation role, cruises through confirmation hearing
    Reuters | 05/19/22 11:02 AM EDT

    Michael Barr, the second person nominated by Democratic President Joe Biden to be the Federal Reserve's Wall Street cop, looked to be on a path to confirmation after testifying before the Senate on Thursday. Barr, who served as a senior Treasury Department official under Democratic President Barack Obama, received some skeptical questions from Republican lawmakers.

  9. TREASURIES-U.S. 10-year yield drops to three-week low as weak data fans growth fears
    Reuters | 05/19/22 11:00 AM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields fell on Thursday, with those on benchmark 10-year notes sliding to three-week lows, as continued softness in U.S. economic data supported growth concerns amid an aggressive path ...

  10. Barr, Biden's pick for Fed regulation role, cruises through confirmation hearing
    Reuters | 05/19/22 07:08 AM EDT

    Michael Barr, the second person nominated by Democratic President Joe Biden to be the Federal Reserve's Wall Street cop, looked to be on a path to confirmation after testifying before the Senate on Thursday. Barr, who served as a senior Treasury Department official under Democratic President Barack Obama, received some skeptical questions from Republican lawmakers.

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