Below you can find links to articles in the news
that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of 2 YR T-Note on the CBOT commodities
exchange. Before you invest in the 2 year Treasury Note futures market you should do your own research.
1. Bloomberg.com "Treasury
Two-Year Notes Attract Record Direct Demand" October 23, 2012
Treasuries rose as concern
the U.S. economic recovery is faltering drove record demand from a group of investors that includes pension funds and insurance
companies at the government’s auction of $35 billion of two-year notes.
“Treasuries Fall After 2-Year Note Auction As Fed Meets” April 24, 2012
The two-year notes sold today drew a bid-to-cover ratio, which gauges demand by comparing total
bids with the amount of securities offered, of 3.76, highest since September, compared with an average of 3.56 for the past
3. Bloomberg.com “Treasuries Fall After 2-Year Note Auction as Fed Meets” April 24, 2012
The two-year notes sold today drew a bid-to-cover ratio, which gauges
demand by comparing total bids with the amount of securities offered, of 3.76, highest since September, compared with an average
of 3.56 for the past 10 sales.
4. Bloomberg "Treasuries Rise as Europe Crisis, U.S. Impasse Buoy
Two-Year Auction" November 22, 2011
Treasuries rallied after the government’s
sale of $35 billion in two-year notes attracted the highest demand ever as investors sought safety amid the European debt
crisis and U.S. budget gridlock.
5. Forextv.com "Market Awaits the Fed Statement... Stocks and Oil Stabilize, Bonds fall and Gold
Retraces Rally" August 9, 2011
US Treasuries were sold with the 2-year and 10-year yields rising a sign that investors are hoping
for some stimulus pledge from the Fed and are more tempted to move into riskier assets.
6. Reuters.com "TREASURIES-Treasury
selloff stabilises, markets refocus on data" July 1, 2011
Two-year yields slipped 1.2 basis points to 0.454 percent.
7. Bloomberg.com “Treasury Notes Advance
on Speculation That Greece May Depart From the Euro” May 6, 2011
U.S. two-year note yields fell to the lowest
level since March 17 after Der Spiegel magazine reported that debt-strapped Greece is considering withdrawing from the European
monetary union. Treasuries dropped earlier after a government report showed the U.S. added more jobs than forecast in April.
U.S. stocks trimmed gains and commodities erased an earlier advance.
8. MarketWatch.com "U.S. sells 2-year debt at highest yield
since May" February 22, 2011
The Treasury Department sold $35 billion in 2-year notes on Tuesday at a yield of 0.745%,
the highest level since May 2010.
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