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I was wondering where I can find live data feeds for bond yields? (European countries and USA)

Ive been searching on the web but cant seem to find any live data feed. Ive tried with DTN IQ and Esignal
but without any success.


Any guidance on where I can look without paying 1600euro for Bloomberg Terminal where they show the yields?


Regards,


Billy

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Hi,


I was wondering where I can find live data feeds for bond yields? (European countries and USA)

Ive been searching on the web but cant seem to find any live data feed. Ive tried with DTN IQ and Esignal
but without any success.


Any guidance on where I can look without paying 1600euro for Bloomberg Terminal where they show the yields?


Regards,


Billy


The data which is used for calculating bond yields comes from a few established bond trading platforms. Those platforms are typically dealer platforms, so it is not exactly a business that focuses on retail customers. Some of the dealer platforms are linked via cross-matching systems. You could try these:


Bloomberg Bond Trader (incl. Pfandbriefe/Covered Bonds):
Bloomberg - Business, Financial & Economic News, Stock Quotes

eSpeed:
BGC Partners

Eurex Bonds:
Eurex Bonds - The Trading Platform for European Bonds

BondVision / EuroCreditMTS
MTS Group - MTS - Home

MarketAxess (incl. Pfandbriefe/Covered Bonds):
MarketAxess | Leading e-Trading Platform and Technology Solutions Provider

Thomson Reuters Fixed Income Trading:
Thomson Reuters | Thomson Reuters Fixed Income Trading | Financial

Trade Web:
Tradeweb Home :: Tradeweb

What do you need the fixed income data for? Is there anything you cannot conclude from the futures price?

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Bloomberg is the de facto platform for fixed income trading. Reuters offers products la carte, so that should be cheaper.

You also have platforms likte Factset and Capital IQ, but they're priced in the same range as a Bloomberg terminal. The latter even had a minimum of three subscriptions last time I checked.

If you just want the data, have you tried Morningstar?

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Bloomberg is the de facto platform for fixed income trading. Reuters offers products la carte, so that should be cheaper.

You also have platforms likte Factset and Capital IQ, but they're priced in the same range as a Bloomberg terminal. The latter even had a minimum of three subscriptions last time I checked.

If you just want the data, have you tried Morningstar?

Fattails and Lornz, than you for your reply.

I basically need to see the live bond yields so I can watch when the yields reach critical leves, especially in Europe.
I will look up the information which you guys posted.

Once again, thanks.


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Interactive Brokers has the US bond feed and the Eurex feed too.

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Hi,


I was wondering where I can find live data feeds for bond yields? (European countries and USA)

Ive been searching on the web but cant seem to find any live data feed. Ive tried with DTN IQ and Esignal
but without any success.


Any guidance on where I can look without paying 1600euro for Bloomberg Terminal where they show the yields?


Regards,


Billy


Depends what you want, do you want the cash yield? if so your stuck with signing on to somekind of professional software.


Method 1) you can figure it out based on CTD. There is not real bond yield there is only a cheapest to deliver against the futures within the ranges specified in the contract. This is posted on Eurex CBot etc...with conversion factors. You can work backwards to figure out yields if you REALLY need them.

Mathod 2) CTS T4 displays a yield view on the ladder.


However the yields are not so important, Schatz at 0 and the instrument prices can continue higher if there is someone there too buy it. If your trying to hedge/spread and set up exact ratios it may be more important to you. Good luck.

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Hi,


I was wondering where I can find live data feeds for bond yields? (European countries and USA)

Ive been searching on the web but cant seem to find any live data feed. Ive tried with DTN IQ and Esignal
but without any success.


Any guidance on where I can look without paying 1600euro for Bloomberg Terminal where they show the yields?


Regards,


Billy

X_Trader allows you to convert bond prices into yield.

https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/AttachmentDownload.axd?id=698

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I'm only 3 years late with this reply...
I use the streaming chart provided by Investing.com:

Germany 10-Year Bond Chart - Investing.com

I've been looking at other alternatives. I believe a yield chart is also available through Metastock. If anyone else has a solution then please share.

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