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Articles featuring Ishares Barclays Tips Bond Fund (TIP):

New 10-Year TIPS Auctions With Lowest Real Yield Since 2016

A new 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Security - CUSIP 9128287D6 - auctioned today with a real yield to maturity of 0.282%, the lowest yield for any auction of this term since September 2016. This new TIPS got an auction-generated coupon rate of 0.250%, down a stunning 62 basis points since a similar auction on January 17. It is evidence of the market's quick adjustment to potential interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve, which could begin later this month. Investors at today's... Read more

Real Yield In 5-Year TIPS Auction Drops To 0.152%

The Treasury's $15 billion reopening auction of CUSIP 9128286N5 - creating a 4-year, 10-month Treasury Inflation-Protected Security - generated a real yield of 0.152%, dramatically lower than recent auctions of this term. Just six months ago, in December, a similar five-year TIPS reopening went off with a real yield of 1.129%, a whopping 98 basis points higher than Thursday's result. What caused the plummet? That December 20 auction came a day after the Federal Reserve raised its... Read more

VTIP: As Yields Sink, Consider Adding Inflation Protection

The "glorious" days of getting a 2% return on a very safe, very liquid investment are drawing to a close. Why? The Federal Reserve is on the brink of beginning a series of cuts to its Federal Funds rate, the nation's key short-term interest rate. After essentially keeping this rate at zero from 2009 to late 2015, the Federal Reserve began ticking its funds rate up, step by step, until reaching today's range of 2.25-2.50% in December 2018. This correlates to a current yield of 2.33% on... Read more

10-Year TIPS Reopening Generates A Real Yield Of 0.567%

The U.S. Treasury's reopening auction of a 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Security - CUSIP 9128285W6 - went off as expected Thursday, generating a real yield to maturity of 0.567%. In the hours before the auction close at 1 p.m. EDT, this TIPS was trading on the secondary market with a yield of 0.56%, so the auction followed the market. That's an indication of solid demand for the $11 billion issue. CUSIP 9128285W6 had its originating auction on January 17, when the results were... Read more

Treasury Yields: Waiting On The Next Catalyst

Treasury Yields: Waiting On The Next Catalyst Treasury yields are likely at a temporary sticking point, waiting for the next catalyst to move yields materially in either direction. When I talk about yields being at an important level, it should not be confused with technical analysis. I don't use technical analysis in my approach. The economic analysis suggests that Treasury yields will have a hard time moving materially lower without a new catalyst as I will outline below. This is more of... Read more

New 5-Year TIPS Gets An After-Inflation Yield Of 0.515%

Today's auction of $17 billion in new five-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Security, CUSIP 9128286N5, generated a real yield of 0.515%, the lowest rate for this term in more than a year. That set the coupon rate on this new TIPS at 0.50%, a solid result for investors because 5-year TIPS real yields had been lingering near 0.50% for a few weeks. A dip below 0.500% in the auctioned real yield would have set the coupon rate at 0.375%. The coupon rate of a TIPS confuses some investors... Read more

April Yield Curve Update: Backing Off

Six Months of Flattening Iíve been publishing on the yield curve since November, and in that time, the curve has undergone some changes. All yield data comes from your good friends, the economists at the US Treasury. For some time, the most obvious feature of the curve was the 2-Year Elbow, seen here at 2.91% on the red line from November. The curve had that basic shape for most of 2018, until the very end. Then the 2-5 inverted, then the 1-Year Spike formed, and now we see... Read more

Inverted Yield Curve Fears Are Early

Last week, the yield curve inverted for the first time since 2007. The yield for 10-year Treasuries fell below the yield for the 3-month T-Bill. The inversion set off alarm bells and US stocks fell sharply. While concerns are reasoned, the alarm bells may be premature. Inversion is an historically reliable but early recession indicator. The yield curve isnít saying recession is imminent, although itís likely. An Inverted Yield Curve Is Just a Fever Many analysts seem to think... Read more

Real Yield On 10-Year TIPS Reopening Dips To 0.578%

A reopening auction today of a 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Security generated a real yield to maturity of 0.578%, the lowest for this term since January 2018. The reopening of CUSIP 9128285W6 created a 9-year, 10-month TIPS. It carries a coupon rate of 0.875%, which was set by the originating auction on January 17, 2019. At that January auction, the real yield (meaning yield above inflation) was 0.919%, about 34 basis points higher. Because today's real yield came in below the... Read more

A Fully Inverted Yield Curve, And Consequently A Recession, Are Coming To Your Doorstep Soon

Beware! It was only few days ago that we warned you about the partially inverted yield curve. Following the FOMC decision on Wednesday, and the remarks made by Jerome Powell during the press conference that followed it, we now feel that the "partially" is likely to be on its way to "fully". Investors have grown skittish over the possibility of an inverted yield curve, which happens when short-dated bond yields are higher than their long(er)-duration counterparts. As a reminder, an... Read more

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