International Business Times

Currencies Interest Rates Report

Yields plunge after U.S. labor report

Don't let anyone try to convince you that today's low interest rate environment is dull and that opportunity is a thing of the past. Within the space of less than 24 hours the 10-year treasury yield has swung by a full quarter of one percent or 25 basis points sparked by a combination of a slowing economy and what measures might be adopted by the central bank to halt the slump.

By Andrew Wilkinson | Sep 03, 2011 | Interactive Brokers

Bonds flag at end of torrid week

After an aggressive bout of risk aversion this week, Friday's trading was more subdued. But the scars left across the landscape remained there for all to see. Global government bond yields moved decisively lower for a second week as equity investors dug an early grave figuring that the plunge in valuations signaled a move to a lower growth trajectory rather than greater value.

By Andrew Wilkinson | Aug 20, 2011 | Interactive Brokers

PRECIOUS ROUNDUP - Gold at highest weekly close; silver at new 30-year high as dollar falls on weak NFP

A weaker-than-expected US jobs data on Friday forced investors to sell dollars and seek shelter in precious metals, helping silver and palladium post two-digit weekly rise and reach fresh multi-year highs in the week to December 3. An IB times study on gold and dollar index suggests investor interest to sell dollar for buying gold probably increased in the week.

By Boby Michael | Dec 06, 2010 | IBTimes

South Korean kept the benchmark interest rate at 2.25%

The Bank of Korea kept released it decision about the benchmark fro the month October, where the actual reading came inline with the previous reading, and analysts' expectations which noted that.

Oct 14, 2010 |

Daily Outlook UFX Bank

The Dollar weakened against most majors after falling industrial production supported negative sentiment for the greenback. Crude decreased by 1.0% closing at $76 a barrel, and gold (XAU) weakened by 0.2%, closing at $1268.70 an ounce.

By Martin Smith | Sep 16, 2010 | UFX Bank

Bank of Korea kept the benchmark interest rate at 2.25%

The Bank of Korea kept released it decision about the benchmark fro the month September, where the bank kept the benchmark unchanged at 2.25%, while the anticipations referred to 2.50%.

Sep 09, 2010 |

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