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  1. GLOBAL MARKETS-Equities gain on in-line US inflation, Treasury yields dip
    Reuters | 04:51 PM EST

    * S&P, Nasdaq end at record highs as data supports rate cut view. * Bitcoin tracks for 6th day of gains, 45% monthly gain. By Sin?ad Carew and Marc Jones. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed at record highs and the global equity index advanced on Thursday after a much anticipated U.S. inflation reading provided little surprise for relieved investors and helped push U.S. Treasury yields lower.

  2. GLOBAL MARKETS-Global equities gain on in-line US inflation, treasury yields dip
    Reuters | 03:25 PM EST

    * Stocks gain with U.S. inflation prints as expected. * Bitcoin tracks for 6th day of gains, 45% monthly gain. By Sin?ad Carew and Marc Jones. A global equity index advanced on Thursday after a much anticipated U.S. inflation reading provided little surprise for relieved investors and helped push U.S. Treasury yields lower.

  3. TREASURIES-US yields fall as PCE data raises rate cut outlook
    Reuters | 03:03 PM EST

    (Adds German inflation data in paragraph 10, Fed's 2% target in paragraph 11, comment in paragraphs 12-13, updates prices at 2:54 p.m. ET. By Herbert Lash. Treasury yields edged lower on Thursday after inflation rose in January as expected, easing fears an uptick in U.S. prices was accelerating and boosting market expectations that the Federal Reserve will start cutting interest rates in June.

  4. GLOBAL MARKETS-Global equities gain on in-line US inflation, dollar dips
    Reuters | 12:01 PM EST

    * Stocks gain with U.S. inflation prints as expected. * Bitcoin tracks for 6th day of gains, 45% monthly gain. By Sin?ad Carew and Marc Jones. A global equity index advanced on Thursday after a much anticipated U.S. inflation reading provided little surprise for relieved investors and helped push U.S. Treasury yields lower.

  5. TREASURIES-US yields slip as PCE data raises rate cut outlook
    Reuters | 10:40 AM EST

    (Adds byline, comment in paragraphs 6-7, updates prices at 10:30 a.m. ET. By Herbert Lash. Treasury yields edged lower on Thursday after a key measure of inflation in January rose in line with expectations and boosted market expectations that the Federal Reserve will start cutting interest rates in June.

  6. Bitcoin Logs Biggest Single-Day Gain Since October, Market-Neutral Bets Yield 3x U.S. Treasury Notes
    Coindesk | 12:46 AM EST

    The attractive yield on the market-neutral cash and carry trade could draw more money to the crypto market.

  7. Equities gain on in-line US inflation, Treasury yields dip
    Reuters | 02/28/24 10:31 PM EST

    The S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed at record highs and the global equity index advanced on Thursday after a much anticipated U.S. inflation reading provided little surprise for relieved investors and helped push U.S. Treasury yields lower.

  8. GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia stocks sputter before US inflation data; yen gains
    Reuters | 02/28/24 10:28 PM EST

    Asian equities were mostly weaker on Thursday, while the dollar and U.S. Treasuries were largely steady ahead of crucial U.S. inflation data that could provide fresh clues on when the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates. Chinese stocks, though, rebounded from Wednesday's sharp decline to keep them on track for their best month since November 2022.

  9. TREASURIES-US yields fall as investors brace for key inflation data
    Reuters | 02/28/24 04:05 PM EST

    * U.S. Q4 GDP at 3.2%, slightly higher than 1st estimate. * Fed's Collins says Fed needs to be careful when changing policy. * Fed's Williams says still far from achieving 2% inflation target. By Herbert Lash.

  10. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slip, dollar rises ahead of US inflation data
    Reuters | 02/28/24 03:21 PM EST

    A global equities index fell slightly on Wednesday while Treasury yields edged down and the dollar rose against a basket of currencies on caution the day before U.S. inflation data that could influence Federal Reserve policy. January's U.S. personal consumption expenditures price index, the Fed's preferred inflation measure, is due on Thursday.

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