TYX is the yield on the 30 year long bond ... Given that the dollar and the stock market have been inversely correlated for quite some time, if Bernanke acts to shore up the dollar by failing to cut rates, the stock market is likely to take a big hit.
Tyranna Resources (ASX:TYX) has intersected primary gold at its Jumbuck project ... with Jumbuck exploration well funded and encouraging initial drill results. The stock was last trading at A$0.03, compared to a range around $0.02 earlier this …
David Fabian: The pullback in Treasury bond ETFs over the last three weeks has caught many fixed-income investors off …
That’s exactly what’s happened to income investors who own long-term Treasuries (ChicagoOptions:^TYX). At the beginning of the year ... But it hasn’t worked out that way. What about stock dividend investors? U.S. stocks …
2017 has been an exceptional year for the stock market, and the Dow Jones Industrials (DJINDICES ... but the ETF still managed to post a total return including interest of nearly 10%. ^TYX data by YCharts One support for Treasury prices …
On the day our story first appeared, the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond (TYX) closed at a 2.78% ... This is in addition to the stock or bond loan cost. Short of a world disaster, the 2.45% low last July may very well be the bottom.
On the TYX chart, the market struggled with the trendline - as drawn on my chart (as shown in The ... but both TYX and TNX showed decisive breaks this week IMHO. The stock market, with its sell off this past week, realizes this too - as …
Since late 2003 the gold sector of the stock market has been in consolidation relative to gold bullion, but the rapid widening of the US yield-spread over the past 6 months -- as indicated on our chart by the sharp rise in the TYX/FVX ratio -- …
The difference in yield – or the spread – between 5-year Treasury notes ( ^FVX ) and 30-year bonds (^TYX) has sunk to 26 basis points ... out in a note on Tuesday that the benchmark S&P 500 stock index has rallied ahead of each instance …
Rates on the 10-year (^TNX) have climbed only half as fast as the 2-year yield, and 30-year (^TYX) yields have risen even more slowly ... there may not be enough dollars available to support stock prices at current levels. The Return of …