It's not just rising interest rates that may cause problems for home buyers. It's the possible demise of the 30-year mortgage, too.
Bill Blain said the 10-year yield will test this mark when the payrolls report is released in early September.
Global investors piling into US government debt are pushing down rates, meaning exchange traded funds are rallying.
One economist says the outperformance of US equities over Treasurys won't be a lot higher in the next decade.
The banking giant is getting battered from all sides by investigations. But while the stock is down in August, investors are still way ahead this year.
The 10-year Treasury yield approaches 2.9% as investors worry about the Fed slowing its bond buying program. Stocks sag again to their lowest levels since July.
These 3 exchange-traded funds generate high yields from specialized segments of the market.
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Consumers are very status conscious in Asia, Africa and other emerging-market areas. This is especially true in China.
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