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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  Canada
  • Prev. Close: 2.760
  • Day's Range: 2.715 - 2.835
Canada 10Y 2.776 0.017 0.60%

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Stay on top of current and historical data relating to Canada 10-Year Bond Yield. The yield on a Treasury bill represents the return an investor will receive by holding the bond to maturity, and should be monitored closely as an indicator of the government debt situation. You can find more information such as historical data, charts, technical analysis and sentiment overviews by going to each of the section tabs on this page. (ISIN: CA135087ZU15)
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Prev. Close2.76
Price93.7
Coupon2
Day's Range2.715 - 2.835
Price Open93.421
Maturity Date01 JUN 2032
52 wk Range1.282 - 3.779
Price Range93.1 - 94.06
1-Year Change75.73%
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Canada 10-Year News


Canadian dollar stalls after Monday's big advance
Canadian dollar stalls after Monday's big advance By Reuters - Nov 10, 2020

By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar fell against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, retreating from the more than 2-year high hit in the previous session after a...

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Game over.
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Matt Brackley Apr 21, 2022 7:17PM ET
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Canada about to break
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Asif Hossain Apr 11, 2022 10:56AM ET
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OLL OK
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heres the thing though, during COVID, Canada's GDP shrank as well as some of it's ability to pay off it's debt. Especially with Biden slashing the pipeline projects and many Canadians losing and/or quitting their jobs due to COVID stress and the ability to work from home. Rates rising are inevitable to pay off majority of that debt as Canadian buisnesses still have to follow strict COVID procedures. Majority of Canada's debt is in home mortgages, and many countries have stated enough issues with Canada's housing bubble with it being on the brink of a crash. Inflation will not help fight off Canada's debt problem. Interest rates will increase dramatically. The COVID bill has to be paid, and it won't be struggling Canadian homeowners able to front it. It will have to come from corporations and banks, which means slashing spending on projects and infrastructure, as well as more waves of bankruptcies and deflation. Thats why we have inflation right now, to fight deflation pressure.
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bingo...only near term patch...stagflation
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Picaso_Fish Nov 19, 2021 8:16PM ET
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Imagine what would have happened if Canada didn't print stupid amounts of money in 2019,2020. The looney would be like 1.35USD and the economy would have collapsed. You need to understand that
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This site trading ecobomics, thinks canada's debt to gdp will fall to 109% from 120% by the end of 2023USA's is supposed to be 138% by the end of 2023. I guess it's more debt then I would like, but is it not True Canada is in better shape then Britian France, usa etc....
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Canada is in the worst position of all G7
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Yeah we are pretty much screwed....our political parties have lost their minds. The country will eventually split up if this nonsense continues. I never thought I would say that. But even I'm starting to believe it's possible.
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I would agree with you if we were not so dependent on the USA. Can you imagine what have happened if we didn't de value the loonie? I don't see an scenario where that is possible
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I just wish Canadians were intelligent enough for the people to actually discuss the issue. The business community would FREAK if stood pat
 
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