ICE BofAML MOVE Index.MOVE
- Latest Trade
- trading higher144.17USD
- % Change
- Day Range
- 135.50 - 144.17
- 52-Week Range
- 51.73 - 144.17
As of Jul 2 2022. Values delayed up to 15 minutes
- Previous Close
Whipsawing bond yields, surging oil prices and a Federal Reserve bent on squashing the worst inflation in four decades are hampering investors' ability to assess U.S. stock valuations, even as the market's tumble creates potential bargains.
Markets PerformanceOfficial Data Partner
Source: Refinitiv, an LSEG business - data delayed by at least 15 minutes
- MarketsShort-dated yields rise, soft demand for two-year auction
Short-dated Treasury yields edged higher on Monday in light trading conditions as the Treasury sold new two-year notes to soft demand, the first auction of $169 billion in short- and intermediate-dated notes this week.
- MarketsLong-dated yields tumble on COVID fears; two-year yields jump on hawkish Clarida
Long-dated U.S. Treasury yields tumbled on Friday as concerns about new lockdowns related to the spread of COVID-19 in Europe increased demand for safe-haven bonds, though the move was likely exaggerated by low liquidity.
- MarketsYields tumble on COVID fears, illiquid market seen adding to move
U.S. Treasury yields tumbled on Friday as concerns about new lockdowns related to the spread of COVID-19 in Europe increased demand for the safe haven bonds, though the move was likely exaggerated by impaired liquidity that has plagued the market for the past few weeks.