Bonds

On Thursday, the Dow rebounds on a volatile trading day. Bob Pisani explains more from the New York Stock Exchange.

If you are worried about a possible recession on the horizon, there are some financial moves you can make to help protect yourself.

With warning signals of a possible recession, what should we expect with the economy in the near future? Joining us to discuss this is Kathy Jones, Chief Fixed Income Strategist at Charles Schwab.

On Wednesday, the Dow plummeted 800 points which is its worst day of the year as the bond market flashed an ominous sign and fears of a worldwide economic slowdown. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Stocks plunged Wednesday in the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s worst performance of 2019 after the bond market flashed a troubling signal about the U.S. economy.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note broke below the 2-year rate early Wednesday, an odd bond market phenomenon that has been a reliable, albeit early, indicator for economic recessions.

Stocks plunged on Wednesday, giving back Tuesday’s solid gains, after the U.S. bond market flashed a troubling signal about the U.S. economy.

Stocks plunge on Monday after a wave of selling hits Wall Street as investors grow concern that trade troubles will slow the global economy. Bob Pisani reports from the New York Stock Exchange.

Joining us is Christopher Smart, who’s a Chief Global Strategist at the Barings Investment Institute, to discuss about the possibility of a recession hitting the economy with the dichotomy between stocks and bonds.

With lower bond yields, investors are putting more emphasis on municipal bonds. Seema Mody reports.

Investors again rushed for the safety of government bonds and dumped stocks on Wednesday, exacerbating the August exodus away from risk assets as traders around the world settled in for a U.S.-China trade war without an end in sight.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell below 2% on Thursday, a day after Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time since 2008.

U.S. Treasury yields paused a sharp climb on Monday after the 10-year note posted its biggest weekly climb since April following better-than-expected inflation data.

On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Hank Smith, chief investment officer at Haverford Trust, who has picks he says will pay you a better income than bonds.

Professional investors are heading for cover, making the rush into government bonds the most-crowded trade in the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey.