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Bonds with the lowest junk credit ratings have rallied in December, rebounding from a beating taken this fall, as fund managers prepare for 2020 by adding risk to their portfolios.

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The New York Fed added $24.8 billion in temporary liquidity to financial markets via a two-day repurchase agreement operation, in which eligible banks took far less liquidity than the $120 billion the Fed was willing to offer.

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U.S. government bond prices edged lower on Monday amid tepid data on manufacturing and new home sales.

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A market-based measure of inflation expectations is rising, signaling a growing belief among investors that price increases could accelerate due to easing trade tensions and a supportive Federal Reserve.

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The New York Fed added $26.7 billion in temporary liquidity to financial markets via a three-day repurchase agreement, with eligible banks tapping far less than what the central bank was willing to provide.

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The U.S. Treasury Department’s auctions next week will comprise 13- and 26-week bills, and two-, five- and seven-year notes.

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U.S. government bond prices rose, pulling the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note back from its highest intraday level in more than a month after mixed economic data.

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Companies in developing nations sold a record $118 billion of high-yield dollar bonds this year, and are likely to keep up a fast pace in 2020.

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The New York Fed injected $29.3 billion into financial markets via an overnight repurchase-agreement operation that saw eligible banks take in far less than the $120 billion the Fed was willing to provide.

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Prices of Boeing’s bonds are dropping as investors bet the company’s halt of its 737 MAX jetliner production could trigger a downgrade of its single-A credit rating.

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A spirited rally is pushing some types of corporate bonds, including notes issued by Ford, toward their best year in a decade, underscoring investors’ increasing optimism about trade and the economy.

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U.S. investors bought close to a fifth of the junk bonds sold this week by one of China’s most heavily indebted property developers, Kaisa Group, which lured them with one of the highest yields on new dollar debt issued globally this year—12.25%.

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Yields on government bonds around the world soared Thursday, with the 10-year U.S. note jumping by its greatest amount in three years after President Trump said the U.S. and China were close to a trade deal.

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The U.S. Treasury Department’s auctions next week will comprise 13- and 26-week bills, a reopening of one-year, 10-month floating-rate notes and five-year Treasury inflation-protected securities.

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The Federal Reserve Bank of New York injected $68.9 billion in short-term liquidity to financial markets through a two-part intervention, as part of its continuing bid to tame volatility in money-market rates.

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U.S. government-bond yields dropped after the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady and signaled the central bank was unlikely to raise them soon.