The United States created more than 200,000 jobs in March and pushed the unemployment rate down to 8.8%, according to the Labor Department.
So-called “inverse funds” are widely misunderstood and can be tricky to use, but these specialized investments have a place in most portfolios.
In trading on Tuesday, the iPath US Treasury 10-year Bear ETN (NYSE:DTYS) is outperforming other ETFs, up about 4.91% on the day. Also up on the day are the
So, is the United States headed towards deflation? While the financial markets have worried about it off and on for many months, of more concern right now is a potential bubble in the U.S. Treasury market. My colleague, Investment U’s Alexander Green, has noted several times the dangers of buying
Barclays launched six new ETNs last Tuesday (8/10/10) that seek to track a bond’s “yield change” instead of the more traditional “price change” targeted by other bond funds. These ETNs allow
Barclays Bank PLC announced that today is the first day of trading for eight new iPath Exchange traded Notes (ETNs) on the NYSE-Arca stock exchange. These are the first iPath® ETNs that provide
Barclays is set to begin trading eight new iPath treasury ETNs tomorrow August 10th. The funds will trade on the NYSE Arca and are as follows: iPath US Treasury Steepener ETN (STPP), iPath US Treasury Flattener ETN (FLAT), iPath US Treasury 2-year Bull ETN (DTUL), iPath US Treasury 2-year Bear