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Treasury Yields Rise as Fed's Preferred Inflation Gauge, Payroll Costs Match Expectations

Treasury Yields Rise as Fed’s Preferred Inflation Gauge, Payroll Costs Match Expectations

Treasury yields climbed on Friday as the Federal Reserve’s favorite inflation gauge and an employment cost index for September broadly matched expectations, signaling nothing to derail the central bank from imposing another three-quarters percentage point rate hike to the economy at a policy meeting next week. The moves came after traders absorbed stronger-than-expected gross domestic …

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Markets are returning to the 'old normal' of higher bond yields - what this means for investors

Markets are returning to the ‘old normal’ of higher bond yields – what this means for investors

This year, bonds have been the main source of discomfort for their owners and the main cause of the pain the Federal Reserve believes the economy and markets must endure to defeat inflation. The unsettling impact of Treasury yields relentlessly climbing from all-time lows to 14-year highs has been as clear and explosive as nitroglycerin: …

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Stocks May Continue to Rise as Apple and Big Tech Earnings Report Week Ahead

Stocks May Continue to Rise as Apple and Big Tech Earnings Report Week Ahead

Stocks are expected to take inspiration from the bond market over the coming week as investors assess earnings from leaders Apple, Microsoft and Alphabet. Strategists continue to watch market trading patterns for signs that a bottom is forming after the Oct. 13 washout, when the market first fell and then surged following a report on …

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Asian markets slide as investors assess inflation data;  150 level yen

Asian markets slide as investors assess inflation data; 150 level yen

First Trade: Where Asia-Pacific Markets Started the Day The Nikki 225 in Japan slid 0.24% in early trading and the Topix lost 0.33%. In Australia, the S&P/ASX 200 fell 0.68% in its second hour of trading. South Korea Kospi fell 0.23% and the Kosdaq lost 0.37%. MSCI’s broadest Asia-Pacific equity index was down 0.43%. —Abigail …

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