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  1. TREASURIES-U.S. yields up after inflation data as investors await Fed meeting
    Reuters | 10:49 AM EST

    U.S. Treasury yields were higher on Friday after inflation data in Japan surprised on the upside and following the release of the Federal Reserve's favored inflation measure, the Personal ...

  2. Bond strategists take axe to U.S. Treasury yield forecasts: Reuters poll
    Reuters | 06:24 AM EST

    U.S. Treasury yields a year from now are forecast to trade sharply lower than the level expected by bond strategists polled by Reuters just one month ago, underscoring how much financial markets have diverged this year from the central bank's view. While the U.S. economy grew at an annualised 2.9% in the final quarter of last year, it is clearly losing momentum.

  3. TREASURIES-U.S. yields up as GDP, labor data point to economic resilience
    Reuters | 01/26/23 03:29 PM EST

    U.S. Treasury yields rose on Thursday after data showed resilience in the U.S. economy, potentially strengthening the case for the Federal Reserve to maintain its hawkish posture in coming months as ...

  4. TREASURIES-U.S. yields edge higher as GDP, labor data point to economic resilience
    Reuters | 01/26/23 10:51 AM EST

    U.S. Treasury yields rose on Thursday after economic data showed resilience in the U.S.

  5. GLOBAL MARKETS-Strong U.S. GDP underpins shares ahead of next week's Fed meeting
    Reuters | 01/26/23 09:19 AM EST

    * Crude up on China demand hopes. * Gold eases off 9-month peak. * U.S. GDP data shows strong Q4 2022. * U.S. Treasuries little changed after GDP data. * Trio of central bank meetings loom next week. By Huw Jones.

  6. TREASURIES-U.S. yields rise after Q4 GDP data
    Reuters | 01/26/23 08:54 AM EST

    U.S. Treasury yields rose on Thursday after economic output data beat expectations.

  7. Fewer Treasury bills and liquidity questions - what to expect from the U.S. refunding
    Reuters | 01/26/23 07:27 AM EST

    - The U.S. Treasury Department next week is likely to announce that it will offer fewer Treasury bills in the second quarter, after hitting its statutory borrowing limit.

  8. Fewer Treasury bills and liquidity questions - what to expect from the U.S. refunding
    Reuters | 01/26/23 07:27 AM EST

    - The U.S. Treasury Department next week is likely to announce that it will offer fewer Treasury bills in the second quarter, after hitting its statutory borrowing limit.

  9. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slide as corporate results spur recession fears
    Reuters | 01/25/23 05:35 PM EST

    * Battle of whether downturn forces Fed rate cut simmers. * Corporate outlooks, results point to slowing economy. * Yield curve "inversion" flash recession ahead. By Herbert Lash. Global equity markets skidded on Wednesday as poor corporate results fueled recession fears, as did the ongoing inversion of short- and long-dated Treasury yields - a harbinger of economic downturns.

  10. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slide as corporate results spur recession feats
    Reuters | 01/25/23 03:49 PM EST

    * Graphic: Global asset performance http://tmsnrt.rs/2yaDPgn. * Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh. By Herbert Lash. A gauge of global equity markets slid from five-month highs on Wednesday as poor corporate results fueled recession fears, as did the ongoing inversion of short- and long-dated Treasury yields - a harbinger of economic downturns.

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.

Lower-quality debt securities generally offer higher yields, but also involve greater risk of default or price changes due to potential changes in the credit quality of the issuer. Any fixed income security sold or redeemed prior to maturity may be subject to loss.

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