Treasury Snapshot: 10-Year Yield at 2.06%, Lowest Levels Since November

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Posted by Jill Mislinski - Advisor Perspectives

on Monday, 11 September 2017 07:06

Let's take a closer look at recent activity in US Treasuries. The yield on the 10-year note ended the day at 2.06% and the 30-year bond closed at 2.67%, some of the lowest levels since November of 2016.

Here is a table showing the yields highs and lows and the FFR since 2007 as of today's close.


The 2-10 yield spread is now at 0.79%.

The chart below shows the daily performance of several Treasuries and the Fed Funds Rate (FFR) since the pre-recession days of equity market peaks in 2007.


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