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A bond is a contract between an entity that borrows money and a creditor that lends it to the entity. When you purchase a bond, you are effectively giving a loan to the bond issuer. With government bonds, also known as sovereign bonds, a national government borrows money to fund its operations. The bond specifies what interest rate (coupon) will be paid and at which times during the life of the bond and when the principal funds, also known as face value, will be returned. This is called the maturity date. Bonds are an asset class by themselves that offers more stability than stocks.

The return on a bond is known in advance, which makes them low risk investments, although the risk is related to the credit rating of the bond issuer. If the coupon rate is higher than the prevailing interest rates, a bond becomes attractive so the demand for these bonds will increase, driving up their price. If the bond interest is lower than the prevailing interest rates, their price will drop, so bonds are inversely correlated to interest rates.


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US Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
US Government Bonds 5 YR Yield
US Government Bonds 2 YR Yield
US Treasury Bonds 1-3Y
Ishares 1-3 Year Treasury Bond ETF
US Corporate Bonds 0-5Y
Shares 0-5 YEAR High Yield Corporate Bond ETF
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German Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
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Spain Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
France 10Y
France Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
Italy 10Y
Italy Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
UK 10Y
UK Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
Euro Bund
Euro Bund
China 10Y
China Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
India 10Y
India Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
Japan 10Y Yield
Japan Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
South Korea 10Y
Korea Government Bonds 10 YR Yield
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Malaysia 10Y
Malaysia Government Bonds 10 YR Yield


Akshay15 Akshay15 IN10, 1D, Long ,
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IN10, 1D Long
India Bonds To Breakout

India Bonds were on a long term downtrend, Now daily as well as weekly structure looks positive now.

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US10Y, 1D

In Chart

scorpiomanoj scorpiomanoj US10Y, W, Short ,
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US10Y, W Short
US 10 year yield - Can spike further

US 10 year yield at 2.80%. (Price falling) Weekly chart Cup pattern breakout seen at 2.67%. 3% plus possible. Not a good sign for global equity markets.

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DE10Y, W
German 10 Yr Yields hit new highs @0.71%

Globally the theme of Central Bankers tightening monetary policy is well captured with German yields hitting new yearly highs. Interest rates are rising all across the Globe and emerging markets need to make note of this. Yields could be testing 1% in the coming months if crude continues its upturn.

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IN10Y, W Long
Indian govt 10y bond yields set to spike

Weekly chart 10 year yield broken 2 year resistance. It is currently in the middle of the upward channel. 2 year resistance line could possibly act as a support which is at 7.50%-7.52%. Yields could possibly retest support and then spike towards 8%. Bond traders should ideally look to go short in price (long in yields at 7.50%) with stop at yield equivalent of ...

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DE10Y, D
German10Yr v/s Comex Gold

German10Yr v/s Comex Gold

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