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RPT - US Treasurys close lower after latest US jobs report

(Repeating for technical reasons)

NEW YORK (AFX) - Treasury prices closed lower Friday, sending yields higher,

after the latest U.S. employment report showed strong jobs growth and higher

wages, reinforcing market suspicions that the Federal Reserve will need to keep

lifting interest rates to combat inflation.

Throughout most of this week, the fixed-income market has been under heavy

pressure due to strong signs that the U.S., Japan and the euro zone are all

tightening monetary policy.

The HPI nemesis gathers pace! And there is more to come:


The Federal Open Market Committee, the Federal Reserve's interest-rate
setting body, has raised its key short-term interest rate 14 meetings in a row
to 4.5%. It next meets at the end of March, when it's widely expected to
the rate by another quarter-percentage point.

Happy days are here again? :lol:

Edited by Realistbear

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This is why we are seeing more of Brown cosying it up next to morning TV presenters talking about free film tickets and Britishness. The man is just trying to become more palletable.This is almost like a final push. He knows what is happening better than all of us put together, his fortunate economic circumstances of low worldwide rates, which have allowed him to falsely proclaim an economic miracle are rapidily coming to an end and that's without an outside economic shock,God help him if the Iranian bourse does establish itself and the PetroEuro.

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