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  1. PRECIOUS-Gold prices flat as rise in U.S. bond yields weighs
    Reuters | 06/27/22 09:20 PM EDT

    Gold prices were nearly flat on Tuesday, as recent gains in Treasury yields prevented any significant interest in bullion.

  2. GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. stocks fall after recent big gains; oil, yields rise
    Reuters | 06/27/22 05:16 PM EDT

    * U.S. stocks end lower with growth shares. * Oil prices up as G7 promises new Russian sanctions. * Dollar stumbles as markets reassess rate bets, eye ECB. By Caroline Valetkevitch. U.S. stocks ended a volatile trading session slightly lower on Monday after posting sharp gains the week before, while oil prices and Treasury yields rose.

  3. TREASURIES-U.S. yields rise after poor Treasury auction
    Reuters | 06/27/22 03:13 PM EDT

    Treasury yields rose on Monday as data on orders for durable goods and pending home sales surprised to the upside, but the sale of two- and five-year notes was weak as the market gauges the economy ...

  4. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks inch up after recent big gains; oil, yields rise
    Reuters | 06/27/22 11:54 AM EDT

    * S&P 500 up slightly in early trading. * Oil prices edge higher amid G7 talks on new Russian sanctions. * Dollar stumbles as markets reassess rate bets, eye ECB. By Caroline Valetkevitch. NEW YORK, June 27 - Stocks on global indexes mostly edged higher in volatile trading on Monday, extending last week's sharp gains, while oil prices and Treasury yields rose.

  5. Stocks inch up after recent big gains; oil, yields rise
    Reuters | 06/27/22 05:10 AM EDT

    Stocks on global indexes mostly edged higher in volatile trading on Monday, extending last week's sharp gains, while oil prices and Treasury yields rose. Oil was up following last week's rout, with investors still weighing worries over an economic slowdown against concern over lost Russian supply amid sanctions related to the conflict in Ukraine.

  6. Volatile rouble pares intraday losses as Russia slips into default zone
    Reuters | 06/27/22 04:10 AM EDT

    * Russia slips into sovereign default zone after deadline passes. * G7 unveils latest sanctions package against Moscow. * Rouble loses 2% vs dollar in early trade, pares losses to gain. * Russia's OFZ treasury bond yields at lowest since early 2022. * This content was produced in Russia where the law restricts coverage of Russian military operations in Ukraine.

  7. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks gain as risk sentiment improves, oil steadies
    Reuters | 06/27/22 02:23 AM EDT

    Shares rose broadly across Asia on Monday, building on morning gains and a Friday Wall Street rebound as sentiment improved and oil prices steadied, tempering fears of prolonged inflation. Treasury yields remained subdued and the dollar hovered near the lowest in more than a week as investors continued to assess the outlook for U.S. rate hikes, and the potential for a recession.

  8. U.S. stocks fall after recent big gains; oil, yields rise
    Reuters | 06/26/22 10:07 PM EDT

    U.S. stocks ended a volatile trading session slightly lower on Monday after posting sharp gains the week before, while oil prices and Treasury yields rose. Oil climbed following last week's rout, as the Group of Seven nations promised to tighten the squeeze on Russia's finances with new sanctions that include a plan to cap the price of Russian oil.

  9. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks gain sharply for day and week, while copper falls further
    Reuters | 06/24/22 05:09 PM EDT

    * S&P 500 has biggest daily pct gain since May 2020. * Copper falls again, oil ends higher. * Treasury yields edge up. By Caroline Valetkevitch. Stocks on global markets rallied on Friday and registered strong gains for the week as a recent slide in commodity prices eased worries about inflation and the rate hike outlook.

  10. TREASURIES-Yields rise as investors weigh rate hikes and risk of downturn
    Reuters | 06/24/22 03:52 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields rose from two-week lows on Friday as investors weighed the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will spark an economic downturn as it aggressively hikes interest rates in a bid to ...

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