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US bond bears rebuffed

Treasuries have gained about 0.7 per cent this year, stabilising after the biggest quarterly loss since the 1980s. ...

The Treasury market's bulls and bears are ending the quarter in a virtual stalemate, amid scepticism toward the outlook.

PBOC seen lifting rates twice

The People's Bank of China will increase open-market operation rates by 10 basis points in the second quarter, according ...

China's central bank is expected to lift the cost of short-term funds at least twice in 2017, moves that will pressure bonds.

Myer share raid won't buy board seat

Insiders believe Solomon Lew will make his presence felt, board seat or not.

Solomon Lew's $101 million raid on Myer shares will not automatically deliver the billionaire rag-trader a seat on the department store's board.

Tigers respond to burn Pies

Up and about: Trent Cotchin and the Tigers celebrate after the skipper kicked a goal at the MCG.

Nathan Buckley could only lash out in the coaches box in frustration as Collingwood remained winless, this time their poor goal kicking to blame for a 19-point loss to Richmond on Thursday night.

Putin: I'd be 'glad' to meet with Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected reports Russia meddled in the US election.

Calling the accusations "lies," Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday denied that Moscow meddled in last year's US elections, while also saying he was ready to meet US President Donald Trump.