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  1. TREASURIES-Yields rise as Fed officials vow to fight hot inflation
    Reuters | 09/30/22 04:45 PM EDT

    Treasury yields rose on Friday in a volatile week rocked by a Bank of England intervention that sent bond prices soaring only to later slip after a raft of Federal Reserve officials insisted U.S.

  2. GLOBAL MARKETS-Inflation punches Wall Street again, ending knock-down quarter
    Reuters | 09/30/22 04:27 PM EDT

    * More pain for stocks; S&P500 down nearly 5% in Q3. * Dollar flat, sterling rises after week of turmoil. * Treasury yields tick up, stay near highs for year. * Oil prices retreat. By Lawrence Delevingne.

  3. TREASURIES-Yields little changed as Fed officials vow to fight hot inflation
    Reuters | 09/30/22 02:35 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields were little changed on Friday after a volatile week rocked by a Bank of England intervention that sent bond prices soaring only to later slip as Federal Reserve officials ...

  4. GLOBAL MARKETS-Lingering inflation keeps Wall Street muted to end brutal quarter
    Reuters | 09/30/22 02:01 PM EDT

    * Dollar flat, sterling ticks up after week of turmoil. * Treasury yields little changed. * Oil prices retreat. By Lawrence Delevingne. Wall Street and global stocks made up little ground on Friday, with government bond yields and the dollar holding near recent peaks, as higher-than-expected inflation continued to weigh on markets.

  5. GLOBAL MARKETS-Lingering inflation keeps Wall Street mixed to end brutal quarter
    Reuters | 09/30/22 11:27 AM EDT

    * U.S. stocks make timid recovery as brutal Q3 comes to an end. * Dollar flat, sterling ticks up after week of turmoil. * Treasury yields little changed. * Oil prices retreat. By Lawrence Delevingne and Elizabeth Howcroft.

  6. TREASURIES-U.S. yields edge lower after high reading of core PCE index
    Reuters | 09/30/22 10:16 AM EDT

    Yields on U.S. Treasuries moved lower on Friday after a reading of core inflation rose more than expected, suggesting the Federal Reserve will continue to aggressively raise interest rates to tame ...

  7. GLOBAL MARKETS-Wall Street keeps stocks down, dollar up on inflation
    Reuters | 09/30/22 10:07 AM EDT

    * U.S. stocks tick down as brutal Q3 comes to an end. * Dollar moves higher, sterling, euro dip after week of turmoil. * Treasury yields pull back. * Oil down. By Lawrence Delevingne and Elizabeth Howcroft.

  8. U.S. investors brace for more wild market gyrations after dizzying Q3
    Reuters | 09/30/22 06:40 AM EDT

    In a year of wild market swings, the third quarter of 2022 was a time when events took a truly extraordinary turn. As the Federal Reserve ratcheted up its monetary policy tightening to tame the worst inflation in decades, U.S. Treasury yields shot to their highest levels in more than a decade and stocks reversed a summer rally to plumb fresh depths.

  9. U.S. investors brace for more wild market gyrations after dizzying Q3
    Reuters | 09/30/22 06:40 AM EDT

    In a year of wild market swings, the third quarter of 2022 was a time when events took a truly extraordinary turn. As the Federal Reserve ratcheted up its monetary policy tightening to tame the worst inflation in decades, U.S. Treasury yields shot to their highest levels in more than a decade and stocks reversed a summer rally to plumb fresh depths.

  10. GRAPHIC-U.S. investors brace for more wild market gyrations after dizzying Q3
    Reuters | 09/30/22 06:30 AM EDT

    In a year of wild market swings, the third quarter of 2022 was a time when events took a truly extraordinary turn. As the Federal Reserve ratcheted up its monetary policy tightening to tame the worst inflation in decades, U.S. Treasury yields shot to their highest levels in more than a decade and stocks reversed a summer rally to plumb fresh depths.

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