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0.228 -0.006    -2.78%
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Type: Bond
Group: Government
Market: United States
  • Prev. Close: 0.234
  • Day's Range: 0.202 - 0.235
U.S. 2Y
0.228 -0.006 -2.78%
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Prev. Close0.234
Price100.28
Coupon0.375
Day's Range0.202 - 0.235
Price Open100.34
Maturity Date31 MAR 2022
52 wk Range0.202 - 2.429
Price Range100.28 - 100.34
1-Year Change - 91.14%
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High Anxiety Is Already Baked In By Marc Chandler - Mar 23, 2020 2

The economic and financial reaction to the global pandemic has triggered a surge in the U.S. dollar, which itself may amplify the disruption that is evident throughout the capital...

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Harold Kumar
Harold Kumar Mar 25, 2020 7:46PM ET
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1 and 3 month treaaury yields went negative today. Historic day for the US. Expect further negative yields across the board.
Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Mar 23, 2020 2:19AM ET
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crashing through support and going negative. dollar falling over a cliff.
Nigel Ng
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Another bubble is gonna pop! It is the dollar ! Gold fell not because of liquidation to buffer margin call of other stocks. It was because the dollar index at the same time had a melt up (dollar bull trap) which is gonna end badly back down. Gold monthly trend is in solid uptrend that just began last year. QE is gonna errode dollar and people are waking up not to believe in 2008-2020 again. Money printing is all fed could do but It doesnt work. It just created a dollar crisis. And gold is the only way to store of value while all fiat gonna devalue from printings. That is inflationary.
Andrew Allen
Andrew Allen Mar 16, 2020 1:04AM ET
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gasp!
André Godoy
André Godoy Mar 15, 2020 8:53PM ET
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Go print some dollars, American fellas!!! Jajajajajaj
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 15, 2020 8:53PM ET
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Thankfully.  We are seeing the most devastating disease in at least 100 years and maybe more.  Thy should have done this months ago.
HelliumStar ..
HelliumStar .. Mar 10, 2020 12:58PM ET
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Don't underestimate Uncle Sam!!!
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 10, 2020 12:58PM ET
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Uncle same is a old man that is a bit slow and just gets in the way.  The fed should have been lead by Kashkari because we would have been -.50 a month ago. LOL
Brian Stockman
WiseGuy Mar 08, 2020 9:14PM ET
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I don't understand. What is the bond market saying?
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Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 08, 2020 9:14PM ET
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SR Construction  When you or a computer buys and sell bonds, THE YIELD DOESN'T MATTER.  you buy a bond because you think the bond price will go up.  You sell a bond because you think the price will go down.  Doesn't matter if the yield is 5% or -5%
SR Construction
SR Construction Mar 08, 2020 9:14PM ET
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Michael, no body cares about bonds gong up or down. Negative rates at bank give negative return in savings plus risk of bank defulting. Bond are little to non risk because they are backed up by US government. So yes yield does matter. We measure the risk assosiated with the security based on the yiled. We also measure the confidance investors have in the market.
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 08, 2020 9:14PM ET
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SR Construction   First negative YIELDS is a good thing.  Bonds do not pay interest and only reflect current interest rates of the fed and other interest related items.  "bonds are...backed by the US" sure but they can still have a negative yield.  They aren't a safe haven for investment, they are bought and sold and you buy them when bonds are going up and you sell them when bonds are going down.  Investors don't care if stocks are up or down, they trade based on market pressures and individual stock performances.  YES stocks going up generally mean the economy will improve and stocks going down mean the economy will not improve as much as previously thought.  But bonds can go up and down for many reasons.  Bonds going up and Yields going down is almost always promising movie, usually a response to negative economic futures.  Its kinda like the water putting out the fire.  Don't complain about the carpets getting wet to the firemen extinguishing your house fire.
Erich Schneider Schneider
Erich Schneider Schneider Mar 08, 2020 9:14PM ET
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run for the hills than run for the mountains
Vincent Powell
Vincent Powell Mar 08, 2020 9:14PM ET
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Depression
Harold Kumar
Harold Kumar Mar 08, 2020 8:14PM ET
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Yield -34.36%
Harold Kumar
Harold Kumar Mar 08, 2020 8:14PM ET
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-37.23%
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 06, 2020 11:24AM ET
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by the end of next week we will join the industrial world with a negative yield on the 2yr .
Robert Cencarik
Robert Cencarik Mar 06, 2020 11:24AM ET
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maybe sooner than that...lol
Rahul Warrier
Rahul Warrier Mar 06, 2020 4:19AM ET
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I'll take a selfie when it hits 0
Dan Triune
Dan Triune Mar 05, 2020 11:10PM ET
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this is crazy
ranadheer guptha
ranadheer guptha Mar 04, 2020 12:11PM ET
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will go to 0.50 in few days
Max Malcy
Max Malcy Mar 04, 2020 12:11PM ET
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on point, good call
Bren Alvero
Bren Alvero Mar 04, 2020 12:11PM ET
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Its not slowing down lol.. dont even know where the bottom is in the charts
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 04, 2020 12:11PM ET
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negative by the end of next week.
Ryan Ken
Ryan Ken Mar 04, 2020 10:33AM ET
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Wow
Michelle Chu
Michelle Chu Mar 04, 2020 3:39AM ET
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😢
Lk Lo
Lk Lo Mar 03, 2020 10:15PM ET
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This yield drop is crazy
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 03, 2020 10:15PM ET
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long  over do.  Fed has been pumping up rates to slow the economy and hurt Trump.  this is a healthy correction.  We had been printing money and giving it directly to banks to NOT lend money global billionaires and millionaires were getting a fat paycheck straight from the feds digital printing press. for years.
Jw Www
Jwww Mar 03, 2020 2:09PM ET
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And so goes the world as we know it.
Erich Schneider Schneider
Erich Schneider Schneider Mar 03, 2020 2:09PM ET
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been a nice run for humanity lived a good life made good money and have no regrets
Erich Schneider Schneider
Erich Schneider Schneider Mar 03, 2020 2:09PM ET
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u got to be kidding me
Maff Uw
Maff Uw Mar 02, 2020 8:42AM ET
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I don't really get bonds.is the chart implied yield? does that mean people are buying into the 2yr treasury bonds?
Harold Kumar
Harold Kumar Mar 02, 2020 8:42AM ET
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Bond prices and yield are inversely correlated. So when money moves into bonds (whether that be the Fed buying, foreign money or equity flock to safety, rebalancing, etc), the price goes up and yield goes down.
Harold Kumar
Harold Kumar Mar 02, 2020 8:42AM ET
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Say you bought a 2 year bond yielding 1% for $1000. Soon after, the yield on a $1000 bond drops to 0.80%, while your $1000 bond is still yielding 1%. All of a sudden your $1000 bomd becomes a little more desireable and someone on the secondary market would be willing to pay a premium for yours.
Harold Kumar
Harold Kumar Mar 02, 2020 8:42AM ET
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Harold Kumar New scenario: Say you bought a 2yr $1000 bond yielding 1%. Soon after, yields drop to 0.0001%...
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 02, 2020 8:42AM ET
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Buy low sell hi.  Ignore the yield it is largely meaningless in terms of trading.  Bond Prices are at record high, and everyone expects them to increase.  The 2 yr yield will likely go negative meaning people will buy a bond that will return less money then they pay for it.  They do this because everyone expects yields to go up.  just like the salmons that swim up stream t hungry bears.  It doesn't seem logical, but you don't make money fighting momentum.
Lk Lo
Lk Lo Mar 02, 2020 6:37AM ET
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What happening, potential rate cut no impact at all now
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 02, 2020 6:37AM ET
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rate cuts are having HUGE impact. Consider a forest fire.  You can throw men and machine at them and they still grow.  Some say why bother but then the teams pull out and the fire spreads so much faster.  The world needs to grind to a halt for a couple weeks to stop the spread.  But we don't know if this will happen net month or next year.  It may not happen at all.  Doom and gloom people don't realize that 30 million people dying from the WuFlu isn't the end of the world.  Just hope that you don't go into ARDS because when that time comes hospitals will likely be at capacity.
Farkas Richard
Farkas Richard Mar 02, 2020 4:41AM ET
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So thats means the market is anticipating relativly bad future? I asked my friend whos have in theory bigger knowledge than my but i have doubt. Someone can explain me what its means this drop. THX
HAil OA
7Frankfurter_OA7 Mar 02, 2020 4:41AM ET
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we have inverted yields rampage would come if 30Y comes under 1M thats what i worried now
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 02, 2020 4:41AM ET
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the world is positive there will be a significantly bad future.  The bond market is slowly confirming that fact.
SR Douglas
SR Douglas Mar 01, 2020 8:21PM ET
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us dollar going to crash!!!!
Erich Schneider Schneider
Erich Schneider Schneider Feb 28, 2020 1:15PM ET
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lol under 1 percent
Rahul Warrier
Rahul Warrier Feb 28, 2020 11:19AM ET
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going to 0 in no time..
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Feb 28, 2020 11:19AM ET
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My guess is eventually it will go negative like most industrial nations in europe.
Harold Kumar
Harold Kumar Feb 28, 2020 10:35AM ET
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-16.86%?????
Dan Br
Dan Br Feb 28, 2020 8:34AM ET
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Wow !!!
 
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