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  1. FOREX-Dollar finds footing as traders await inflation data
    Reuters | 09/12/21 09:05 PM EDT

    The dollar began a week full of big economic data on a firm footing, with investors wary of the Federal Reserve beginning its exit from super-supportive policy even as cases of the coronavirus surge. The greenback closed out its best week in three weeks on Friday, gaining about 0.6% on the euro as it benefited both from safety flows and the policy outlook lifting yields on U.S. Treasuries.

  2. FOREX-Dollar gains with yields as Fed policy in focus
    Reuters | 09/10/21 03:23 PM EDT

    The dollar rose on Friday in line with higher U.S. Treasury yields as investors focused on when the Federal Reserve is likely to begin reducing its asset purchases.

  3. TREASURIES-U.S. yields higher after inflation data, 10-yr poised for weekly gain
    Reuters | 09/10/21 02:27 PM EDT

    The benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury yield rose on Friday following its biggest two day drop in about three weeks after economic data indicated high inflation could persist for some time. The ...

  4. TREASURIES-U.S. yields move higher after inflation data
    Reuters | 09/10/21 10:24 AM EDT

    The benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury yield rose on Friday following two straight days of declines after economic data indicated high inflation could persist for some time. The producer price ...

  5. Marketmind: Hitting the buffers
    Reuters | 09/10/21 03:09 AM EDT

    A look at the day ahead from Sujata Rao. A phone chat between the U.S. and Chinese presidents has made all the difference to markets' mood: world stocks have snapped a three-day losing streak, the yuan is at one-week highs and U.S. Treasury yields are moving up.

  6. EMEA Morning Briefing: Stocks to Lack Impetus as Growth Doubts Remain
    | 09/10/21 12:33 AM EDT

    Eurozone long term interest rates; Germany CPI, current account; France, Italy industrial production; U.K. monthly GDP estimates, trade, index of services; Eurogroup meeting of eurozone finance ministers, ECOFIN meeting; no major earnings scheduled. European shares could struggle for momentum on Friday after Wall Street wobbled lower. In Asia, stocks managed to stem their recent slide, the dollar was under pressure, Treasury yields and oil edged higher and gold was flat.

  7. GLOBAL MARKETS-Wall Street closes down, European stocks end little-changed
    Reuters | 09/09/21 04:53 PM EDT

    * Wall Street reverses early gains, but holds near recent highs. * U.S. Treasury yields fell after strong auction for 30-year bonds. * Dollar steady, euro nudges up as ECB reduces bond buying. * Oil tumbles on China's state reserve plan. By Chris Prentice and Marc Jones.

  8. FOREX-Dollar drops with US yields, euro buoyed as ECB trims emergency support
    Reuters | 09/09/21 03:51 PM EDT

    The dollar dipped on Thursday as Treasury yields fell after the U.S. government saw strong demand for a sale of 30-year bonds, while the euro was supported after the European Central Bank said it ...

  9. TREASURIES-U.S. yields fall after 30-year auction
    Reuters | 09/09/21 02:56 PM EDT

    Longer-dated U.S. Treasury yields moved lower on Thursday after a strong auction for 30-year Treasury bonds closed out $120 billion in coupon-bearing supply this week.

  10. TREASURIES-U.S. yields off lows after claims data; auctions on deck
    Reuters | 09/09/21 10:44 AM EDT

    The benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury yields was little changed on Thursday, but moved off its earlier low in the wake of labor market data and a move by the European Central Bank toward pulling back ...

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