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  1. TREASURIES-U.S. yields rise on bearish rates outlook
    Reuters | 01:49 PM EDT

    Treasury yields rose and a market indication of inflation expectations hit the highest since 2005 on Friday as an unexpected increase in U.S. retail sales in September added to bearish bond sentiment ...

  2. Japan's 10-year bond yields track U.S. Treasury peers lower
    Reuters | 01:38 AM EDT

    Japan's benchmark 10-year government bond yields fell on Friday, tracking U.S. Treasury yields lower, but declines were limited as stronger equities dampened the safe-haven appeal of debt. The 10-year JGB yield fell 0.5 basis points to 0.075%, while the benchmark 10-year JGB futures rose 0.06 points to 151.43, with a trading volume of 17,956 lots.

  3. EMEA Morning Briefing: Stocks to Rise, Bolstered by Wall Street Rally
    | 12:26 AM EDT

    Watch For: Eurozone Trade Balance, New Passenger Car Registrations; France, Italy CPI; Italy Foreign Trade EU; updates from Pearson, X5 Retail, Mediclinic, Hargreaves Lansdown, Rio Tinto, Hargreaves Lansdown, Ashmore, Evraz, DS Smith, TCS Group. Stocks could finish the week higher after broad-based rally in U.S. stocks. The dollar was a touch weaker against major currencies while the Japanese yen weakened as risk appetite increased. 10- year treasury yields rose slightly to 1.525%.

  4. PRECIOUS-Gold poised for best week since early May as dollar, yields ease
    Reuters | 10/14/21 09:38 PM EDT

    Gold was set on Friday for its best week in more than five months as a retreat in the U.S. dollar and Treasury yields lifted the metal's appeal despite a looming Federal Reserve taper. FUNDAMENTALS. * Spot gold held steady at $1,794.09 per ounce by 0115 GMT but was up 2.1% for the week so far.

  5. As yields rise, some U.S. banks shift cash to Treasuries
    Reuters | 10/14/21 08:26 PM EDT

    - Some big U.S. banks are buying more U.S. government securities as yields start to rise and the Federal Reserve appears ready to taper its bond-buying program - a balance sheet shift that analysts say could boost bank earnings by several percentage points depending on how they play their hands.

  6. As yields rise, some U.S. banks shift cash to Treasuries
    Reuters | 10/14/21 06:23 PM EDT

    - Some big U.S. banks are buying more U.S. government securities as yields start to rise and the Federal Reserve appears ready to taper its bond-buying program - a balance sheet shift that analysts say could boost bank earnings by several percentage points depending on how they play their hands.

  7. As yields rise, some U.S. banks shift cash to Treasuries
    Reuters | 10/14/21 06:14 PM EDT

    Some big U.S. banks are buying more U.S. government securities as yields start to rise and the Federal Reserve appears ready to taper its bond-buying program - a balance sheet shift that analysts say could boost bank earnings by several percentage points depending on how they play their hands.

  8. TREASURIES-U.S. yields decline after labor market, inflation data
    Reuters | 10/14/21 02:58 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields fell on Thursday after data on the labor market and inflation eased worries the Federal Reserve may need to take action earlier than expected to combat rising prices, with ...

  9. GLOBAL MARKETS-Upbeat bank earnings buoy US stocks; USD, Treasury yields dip
    Reuters | 10/14/21 12:58 PM EDT

    * Strong bank earnings boost US stocks. * Treasury yields drop; dollar rally pauses. * Oil and gas prices rising again. * World stock markets climb. By Koh Gui Qing. U.S. shares rallied on Thursday as strong bank earnings reports fired up investors' risk appetites, while the dollar and benchmark Treasury yields both paused their recent ascent to pull back from multi-month highs.

  10. TREASURIES-U.S. yields fall after initial claims, PPI data
    Reuters | 10/14/21 10:48 AM EDT

    The benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury yield fell on Thursday after data on the labor market and inflation eased worries that the Federal Reserve may need to take action earlier than expected to combat ...

In general the bond market is volatile, and fixed income securities carry interest rate risk. (As interest rates rise, bond prices usually fall, and vice versa. This effect is usually more pronounced for longer-term securities.) Fixed income securities also carry inflation risk and credit and default risks for both issuers and counterparties. Unlike individual bonds, most bond funds do not have a maturity date, so avoiding losses caused by price volatility by holding them until maturity is not possible.

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