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2.650 +0.021    +0.81%
27/05 - Closed. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Bond
Group: Government
Market: United States

  • Prev. Close: 2.650
  • Day's Range: 2.628 - 2.654
US 30Y Yield 2.650 +0.021 +0.81%
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U.S. 30-Year Bond Yield Overview

Prev. Close2.65
Day's Range2.628 - 2.654
Price Open97.06
Maturity Date15 MAY 2046
52 wk Range2.38 - 3.256
Price Range96.83 - 97.36
1-Year Return - 8.18%

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Moving Averages Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Buy Strong Sell
Technical Indicators Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Sell
Summary Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Sell

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Latest U.S. 30-Year Comments

Richie Rich
Richie Rich Mar 17, 2016 12:22AM GMT
sell ?
MH MH Feb 20, 2016 5:45AM GMT
jerry trade when i predicted the rebound of the S&P, i felt that treasuries and bonds gave us a good signal.any rebound will have a down day but bonds declined whole a lot on thursday, not a retrace kind of way nor it was equal to the declines in the S&P and i commented about that, but still , it wasn't a clear signal like in the rebound, and giving that original rebound signal was very strong, i would say there might be a lot of doubters in the market, I think crude will have the final say on monday..
Cos Tes
Cos Tes Mar 05, 2016 6:56PM GMT
Greate analysis and prediction!
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blackcat Feb 12, 2016 6:41AM GMT
New watcher is coming
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