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After a tumultuous year, investors are daring to believe the asset class might be worth another shot
Markets today offer the best potential long-term returns in a decade
Yes yes yes we know… but?
Central bank requires funding after raising interest rates but payments have no effect on overall public finances
Nellie Liang’s comments come as calls grow for sweeping reforms to $24tn market
The meltdown in UK gilts exposed the vulnerability of large bond markets. Could the biggest of them survive a wave of selling?
Yield on two-year Treasury note drops the most since 2008
And the UK equity discount
Short-term Treasury yields hit highest level since 2007 as markets bet Fed will push rates above 5%
Fresh surge in new client money contrasts $790bn suffered by mutual funds
Fed’s aggressive monetary policy has added to volatility in the normally boring $24tn market
Portfolio history lessons from BofA and Berenberg
An exhaustive look at the US government bond market structure and why people want to overhaul it
Debt sold by state and local governments has avoided worst of fixed-income sell-off
Impact of quantitative tightening adds to concerns as liquidity continues to fall
Questions raised by policymakers are a sign of mounting unease about American government bonds
Almost $140bn has poured into money market funds as traders sit on the sidelines
And earnings stay strong
Rates up, rate volatility up, liquidity down
The intent to slash demand, money and credit in the system implies lower turnover growth
Heavy sell-off in gilts described as a case of ‘the tail definitely wagging the dog this week’
Is the curve inverted enough?
What will get chomped on first?
Key measure of turbulence in Treasuries reaches highest level since 2020 coronavirus crisis