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  • See a list of US Treasury Indexes including the 3 and 6 month treasury bill; 2, 5, and 10 year treasury note, and 30 year treasury bond. — “Investing: US Treasury Indexes - MSN Money”,
  • CNNMoney Bonds Center - Learn the basics of bond investing, get current quotes, news, commentary and more. U.S. Treasury Yields. Maturity. Last. Yield. Previous. Yield. 3 Month. 0.16. — “Bonds and Rates: Breaking News and Market Data from ”,
  • Manage your U.S. Treasury purchases, redemptions, and savings portfolio. — “TreasuryDirect”, treasurydirect.gov
  • Another important factor that increases investor demand for "marketable" Treasuries (raising their value and lowering their interest rates and yields) is their high liquidity-they are very easily bought and sold in the securities markets and are heavily traded. — “Treasuries Investing - American Century”,
  • preciseNews treasuries Breaking News Search Tags Opinion Commentary Politics Election Business Finance Economy Science Technology Sports Entertainment. — “preciseNews - Breaking News Every Few Minutes (24/7) [treasuries]”, precisenews.us
  • By Kevin Plumberg HONG KONG, Nov 23 (Reuters) – U.S. Treasuries held steady during the Asian session on Tuesday but yields could edge up later in the By Emily Flitter NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. Treasuries pared price gains on Monday as the day wore on despite. — “Treasuries | Stock Market News”,
  • This article is part of WikiProject Definitions. Consider editing to improve it. View articles referencing this definition. Treasury bills, Treasury prices and the dollar held onto gains on Tuesday after the National Association of Realtors said U.S. sales of existing homes fell 2.2. — “Treasury Securities”,
  • Provides a wide variety of free US Treasury Market tools and information, including Advisor Ranking Reports and Virtual Portfolio Builder. Describes services including managed Treasury trading accounts. — “Primary Assets Management Company - US Treasury Market”,
  • A United States Treasury security is government debt issued by the Treasury securities are the debt financing instruments of the United States Federal government, and they are often referred to simply as Treasuries. — “Treasuries”,
  • Overview page of events, news, people, companies, organizations related to Treasuries. — “Treasuries - Silobreaker”,
  • Treasuries. Gregor Macdonald has a great post up detailing an issue I've been mulling over myself: the flooding of the market with supply of treasuries. He writes, First, The FED could be getting close to more unconventional measures, like direct buying of long-dated Treasuries to bring long-rates down. — “Treasuries ~ market folly”,
  • Treasury Bill (T-Bill) - Definition of Treasury Bill (T-Bill) on Investopedia - A short-term debt obligation backed by the U.S. government with a maturity of less than one year. T-bills are sold in denominations of $1,000 up. — “Treasury Bill (T-Bill) Definition”,
  • Treasuries rose, with shorter-term notes leading the advance, as a government report showing the U.S. lost the most jobs last year since the end of World War II fueled concern the recession is deepening. — “U.S. Treasuries Gain as Job Losses Signal Recession Deepening”,
  • Treasury securities are the debt financing instruments of the United States Federal government, and they are often referred to simply as Treasuries. There are several types of non-marketable treasury securities including State and Local Government Series (SLGS), Government Account Series debt. — “United States Treasury security - Wikipedia, the free”,
  • SAFE has a website that has answered in broad terms China's position on U.S. treasuries and gold. First off, China has $2.45 trillion in reserves. Their goal is to increase the value of their holdings while at the same time maintain stability of their portfolio. — “Treasuries Posts -- BloggingStocks”,
  • Treasuries. Everyone Needs Bonds. They offer a smoother ride to your investing goals -- and provide a little insurance. May 2010. Tags: Treasury inflation-protected securities should be a key part of your holdings. — “Treasuries - Kiplinger”,
  • Treasuries Negotiable debt obligations of the U.S. Government, secured by its Full Faith and Credit and issued at various schedules and maturities. — “Treasuries: Definition from ”,
  • Moneywatch articles, blog posts and videos covering inflation protected treasuries TIPS are Treasury bonds with a twist: Their principal value is adjusted every six months based on changes in the consumer price index (CPI). — “Inflation-Protected Treasuries - Articles, Blog Posts, Videos”,
  • Treasuries - definition of Treasuries - Negotiable U.S. Government debt obligations, backed by its full faith and credit. Treasuries are issued by the U.S. government in order to pay for. — “Treasuries Definition”,
  • In Issue #751, Chairman Alexander Green shows you the best time to buy inflation adjusted Treasuries, and why they're key to boosting your portfolio's total return. — “Inflation Adjusted Treasuries (TIPS)”,
  • Buy treasuries, Books items on eBay. Find great deals on Music, Collectibles items and get what you want now!. — “treasuries items - Get great deals on Books, Music items on”,
  • The amazing thing here is talk of "Sure Things" regarding equities, with treasuries universally despised. Judging from 2-year treasuries or 5-year treasuries, pronouncements of the "death of the. — “Treasuries | Phil's Stock World”,
  • The Motley Fool - Once called "the most overvalued assets in the world," Treasuries aren't looking good right now. — “Optimists and Pessimists Might Bet Against Treasuries”,

Videos

  • US Treasuries or Asian Stocks? An Interview with Dr. Marc Faber, Part II US Treasuries or Asian Stocks? In the second part of this interview with the Gloom Boom & Doom Report's Marc Faber, he explains why the gravy is out of the US Treasury rally...what part of the world he would choose to make his fortune in right now...and the importance of a diversified portfolio of assets.
  • China renews US Treasuries ties China's top currency regulator renewed a commitment to US Treasuries, while saying its wary of more gold holdings.
  • Inside Look - Treasuries Headed for Second Monthly Decline - Bloomberg Interview with PIMCO Managing Director Paul McCulley (Bloomberg News)
  • Fed to Buy Extra $600 Billion of Treasuries; Interest Rates to Stay Low Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Al Broaddus, former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Diane Swonk, chief economist at Mesirow Financial Inc., and John Richards, head of strategy for the Americas at RBS Securities Inc., talk about the Federal Reserve's plan to buy an additional $600 billion of Treasuries through June in a bid to reduce unemployment and avert deflation. The central bank kept its pledge to keep interest rates low for an "extended period." They talk with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line."Copyright Bloomberg 2010 § 107.Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include — (1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; (2) the nature of the copyrighted work; (3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and (4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the ...
  • Treasuries Advance as Yields Near 7-Month High Spur Demand - Bloomberg Fixed Income Outlook - ***ysis and Discussion with Ajay Rajadhyashaka of Barclays Capital (Bloomberg News)
  • East Coast Economic Update,:Feb 15, 2009: How do US Treasury Bonds work Wiemar Republic: LaRouche's View on the Wiemar Republic: The LaRouche Curve: LaRouche addresses this Hyperinflation: Dollar Index:
  • Clinton Begs China - "Buy our US Treasuries or Die" Channel Sponsored By: .au Sign up for a free account today Hillary Clinton begs China "Buy our Debt!" http
  • US Treasuries Rise - Bloomberg ***ysis and discussion with Kapstream Capital Managing Director Kumar Palghat. He says the market is well ahead of the Fed and has taken up a lot of price and higher rates. (The Trade)
  • Part 2: Fed's Fisher Talks up Treasuries also check me out on and
  • Currency & Treasury Market Update with Strategist Dennis Cajigas See today's video: www.lind- Lind-Waldock Strategist Dennis Cajigas discusses the currency and interest rate markets.
  • Banking 12: Treasuries (government debt) Introduction to government debt and treasuries. What it means when we say that Federal Reserve Notes are issued by the Reserve bank but are an obligation of the Government.
  • CHINA DUMPING US TREASURIES ON EU BAILOUT 12-23-2010 LINK FROM: China has said it is willing to bail out debt-ridden countries in the euro zone using its $2.7trillion overseas investment fund. In a fresh humiliation for Europe, Foreign Ministry spokesman Jiang Yu said it was one of the most important areas for China's foreign exchange investments. The country has already approached struggling European countries with financial aid, including offering to buy Greece's debt in October and promising to buy $4billion of Portuguese government debt. Read more:
  • China Hoard Of Treasuries Is Redundant China is diversified so it will be fine if the US dollar collapses and/or the US Treasuries collapse
  • Bill Bonner on Deflation, US Treasury Bonds and the Trade of the Decade In part one of this exclusive Daily Reckoning video, Bill Bonner discusses the credit deleveraging cycle that the United States is facing and explains what it means for the US economy as a whole. Bill also discusses why he is anti-Treasuries and why his Trade of the Decade is still looking good.
  • Konstam Sees 10-Year Treasury Yield at 2.5% by Year End: Video Oct. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Dominic Konstam, head of interest rate strategy at Credit Suisse Holdings USA Inc., talks with Bloombergs Deirdre Bolton and Erik Schatzker about the outlook for 10-year US Treasury yields. Konstam also discusses the prospects for deflation, factors affecting Treasury yields and the impact of the Federal Reserve's balance sheet on Treasuries. (Source: Bloomberg)
  • Investment Strategies: Staying Away from Treasuries, Select Munis are Attractive ***ysis and Discussion with Jim Sarni of Payden & Rygel Investment Management: Likes Munis of Pennsylvania, Georgia, and California; Likes Investment Grade and Below Grade Corporate Bonds
  • Who's Buying US Treasuries? There have been no failed auctions, no sovereign defaults, no downgrades of debt and no significant increase in rates: not so much as a hiccup in the treasury market. Knowing what we discussed this past June, we have to ask how it all went so smoothly. After all, it was pretty obvious that there wasnt enough buying power to satisfy the auctions under normal circumstances. While the Q4 data is not yet available, the Q1, Q2 and Q3 data suggests that the state and local governments and US savings bonds groups will be net sellers of US Treasury securities in 2009, while pension funds, insurance companies and depository institutions only increased their purchases by a negligible amount. So who was the third large buyer? Drum roll please... it was Other Investors. After purchasing $90 billion in 2008, this group has purchased $510.1 billion of freshly minted treasury securities so far in the first three quarters of fiscal 2009. If you annualise this rate of purchase, they are on pace to buy $680 billion of US treasuries this year or more than seven times what they purchased in 2008. As we have seen so illustriously over the past year, all ponzi schemes eventually fail under their own weight. The US debt scheme is no different. 2009 has been witness to spectacular government intervention in almost all levels of the economy. This support requires outside capital to facilitate, and relies heavily on the US governments ability to raise money in the debt market. The fact that the ...
  • Chua's Japan Macro Fund Is Short US Treasury Bonds - Bloomberg ***ysis and discussion with Asia Genesis Asset Management MD Chua Soon Hock. (The Bloomberg Edge)
  • GGN- Foreign Demand Falls for Treasuries PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!!!! info- Foreign demand for US Treasury securities fell by a record amount in December as China purged some of its holdings of government debt, the US Treasury department said on Tuesday. China sold $34.2bn in US Treasury securities during the month, the US Treasury said on Tuesday, leaving Japan as the biggest holder of US government debt with $768.8bn. China overtook Japan as the largest holder in September 2008. Short view: US Treasuries - Feb-16Lone voice warns of debt threat to Fed - Feb-16Obama to sign order for fiscal commission - Feb-16US needs to fill in blanks on trade deals - Feb-16In depth: The Obama presidency - Jan-22Lex: US trade deficit - Feb-12The shift in demand comes as countries retreat from the flight to safety strategy they embarked on upon during the worst of the global economic crisis and could mean the US will have to pay more to service its debt interest. Thank you everyone for subscribing! Facebook: bit.ly Twitter: Revolutionary Roundtable Group: Website:
  • In-Depth Look - Treasuries Fall - Bloomberg ***ysis and Discussion with Tony Crescenzi of Miller Tabak (Bloomberg News)
  • GGN- China Sells $34.2bn of US Treasury Bonds PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!!!! info- Foreign demand for US Treasury securities fell by a record amount in December as China purged some of its holdings of government debt, the US Treasury department said on Tuesday. China sold $34.2bn in US Treasury securities during the month, the US Treasury said on Tuesday, leaving Japan as the biggest holder of US government debt with $768.8bn. China overtook Japan as the largest holder in September 2008. Short view: US Treasuries - Feb-16Lone voice warns of debt threat to Fed - Feb-16Obama to sign order for fiscal commission - Feb-16US needs to fill in blanks on trade deals - Feb-16In depth: The Obama presidency - Jan-22Lex: US trade deficit - Feb-12The shift in demand comes as countries retreat from the flight to safety strategy they embarked on upon during the worst of the global economic crisis and could mean the US will have to pay more to service its debt interest. Thank you everyone for subscribing! Facebook: bit.ly Twitter: Revolutionary Roundtable Group: Website:
  • In-Depth Look - Treasuries Shrug Off New Supply - Bloomberg US Government Issuing $65 Billion in Treasuries This Week - ***ysis and Discussion with Lacy Hunt of Hoisington Investment Management (Bloomberg News)
  • Russia buys up big on US Treasuries Russia has become the 5th largest US creditor, after upping its investment in US Treasury bills to more than $116 Billion. But the deteriorating economic situation in the US may is leading to longer term concerns.
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  • Alan Greenspan Discusses US Jobless Rate, Treasuries March 26 (Bloomberg) -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan talks with Bloomberg's Al Hunt about the US economy.
  • Treasuries getting monetized? The $115 billion treasury auction was comprised of 62.5% of central banks and large institutional investors. Could it be the Fed involved in dollar swaps and or purchasing Treasuries? We need HR 1207 to audit the Fed. We could be monetized into oblivion!
  • In-Depth Look - Fed Buying Treasuries - Bloomberg An interview with John Brynjolfsson of Armored Wolf talking more about Fed buying treasuries. (Bloomberg News)
  • Treasuries of the Hail The Jesus Trip Catch John Crowder in the middle of a hailstorm this week, as golf-ball sized hail rains down in the middle of a Texas desert. John explains how weeks of unusual weather phenomena have marked their recent road tour across the US, while teaching about the "treasuries of snow and hail" that are reserved for the times of battle in the spirit. Nature miracles and regional signs are coming in these days to back the gospel! The Lord is truly releasing signs and wonders in the heavens above and the earth below. For more information, visit Sons of Thunder online at .
  • Days of Reckoning for the Dollar - Treasuries Risk increased sixfold and http Treasury bonds promise extreme security and safety in times of turmoil. Even rating agencies still maintain the AAA rating of the US. But how can investors understand and estimate the risk associated with US Treasuries and the US Dollar. That is the question which I intent to address with the following ***ysis.
  • In-Depth Look - Treasuries Dismal Peformance - Bloomberg ***ysis and discussion with Daniel Fuss of Laomis Sayles and Co. talking about the Treasuries first quarter performance. (Bloomberg News)
  • Chinese Central Bank Buying Treasuries
  • Russia: the 5th largest holder of US Treasuries Russia buys up big on US Treasuries, despite longer term doubts 04 March, 2009, 10:49 Russia has become the 5th largest US creditor, after upping its investment in US Treasury bills to more than $116 Billion. But the deteriorating economic situation in the US may is leading to longer term concerns. The United States keeps on printing money, creating trillions of dollars more debt. Other countries keep on buying US treasury bills, in order to bankroll the world's largest economy. Martin Walker, Senior Director at AT Kearney GBPC, says countries, including Russia, are buying them because they are the best asset available in the current environment. US Treasury bonds are being bought by people all over the world, not because they are good returns but because they are the least bad assets around. You cant put your money anywhere safer than that I think, so I think, moreover, its the most liquid asset around, the most easily sellable and tradable. So I think its a very useful one for Russia to have at the moment. Experts say US Treasuries have no risk of default, as the United States is the only country in the world with a foreign debt denominated in its own currency. However Americas massive liquidity injections may lead to inflation, and cause creditor nations to lose interest in T Bills. The biggest US creditor, China, is talking about using its reserves to finance domestic economic development rather than continued purchases of buying US Treasuries ...
  • Treasuries and more Quite a lot more, I don't know where the time went.
  • Marc Faber: Sell stocks, buy EUROs, US treasuries Marc Faber is once again interviewed in March 2010 and gives his advice on where to put your mone for the next short while. He recommends selling stocks but buying the EURO currency as well as US treasury bonds.
  • ALERT! Treasury Yields Begin to Rise, US Default by Inflation Inevitable. Inflation.US Have any old coins? Find out what the melt value is at www.Inflation.us Debt http supply fears start to hit Treasuries How to Survive Hyperinflaiton in the US inflation.us Join the conversation, rate, comment, and subscribe. For FREE economic updates sign up for our free news letter at www.Inflation.us Join the conversation at
  • China sell-off of US Treasuries China is now taking a more aggresive position in lowering its US treasury holdings as well as limiting its exports of rare metals which are needed for any high tech product.
  • Treasuries Gain As Credit Market Losses Treasuries gain as credit-market losses boost debt's appeal; ***ysis by Michael Hasenstab, Franklin Templeton Portfolio Manager
  • Fixed Income Outlook - Treasuries Down as Job Losses Slow - Bloomberg ***ysis and Discussion with Jack Bauer of Manning & Napier (Bloomberg News)
  • Retirement Accounts Could Boost Treasuries The Federal Government is running massive budget deficits which is creating a massive supply of Treasuries. But there is no demand and so the Federal Reserve is monetizing the debt. But these colored *** merely amount to certificates of confiscation. So Congress will most likely follow Argentina's lead and nationalize the retirement accounts. While the state sponsored retirement accounts may appear alluring, particularly when your employer matches your contribution, you may get more than you bargained for. Like this English man if you contribute to your state sponsored retirement accounts then you may find unwittingly find yourself in an uncomfortable situation and have no one to blame but yourself. More reasons why you should make the ultimate no confidence vote and buy gold
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