Bonds

The Fantasy World Of The FED

Do you remember the halcyon days when rising interest rates and increasing interest rate differentials were the precursor to a stronger currency?

Will Tax Reform Delays Lead To Market Selloff?

ICMA-RC CIO Wayne Wicker on how the timeline for the Republican fiscal policies will potentially impact the markets.

ETFs The Key To Building A Robust Portfolio?

Lee Kranefuss of 55 Capital Partners on the economy, investing in ETFs and the government deficit.

BOC Rate Decision Preview

Apart from Apple’s expected launch of the new iPhone, today’s other big event is the Bank of Canada’s rate decision, due at 15:00 BST (10:00 ET). Along with the consensus forecasts, we do not expect the BOC to make any changes to its policy.

Headlines On The Radar

Today’s headlines that have caught the attention of our traders this morning as they prepare for the upcoming market session.

First Look

Final Trades from last night’s Fast Money on CNBC. Read More

Hilsenrath: It Looks Like Fed Won't Do It

The Wall Street Journal Chief Economics Correspondent Jon HIlsenrath and Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Michael Hanson on the Federal Reserve.

Wilbur Ross: In next 5 years France could be the big sick man in Europe

Published on Sep 16, 2015 WL Ross & Co. Chairman Wilbur Ross and Merrill Lynch Portfolio Solutions CIO Mary Ann Bartels on the U.S. ban on oil exports, Europe and Greece.

China's New Yuan Loans Hit 6.56 Trillion Yuan In H1

China’s new yuan-denominated loans reached 6.56 trillion yuan (1.07 trillion U.S. dollars) in the first half of this year, the central bank said Tuesday.

Bond Market Update

Although the bond market has been illiquid and somewhat untradeable given the QE from central banks, it now is time to focus on this market.