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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 3.804
  • Day's Range: 3.829 - 3.829
U.S. 10Y 3.829 +0.025 +0.65%

United States 10-Year Bond Yield Overview

 
The U.S. 10-Year Bond is a debt obligation note by The United States Treasury, that has the eventual maturity of 10 years. 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. Investing resources into a 10 year treasury note is often considered favorable due to federal government securities being exempt from state and local income tax. You can find more information such as current and historical data, charts, technical analysis, overviews, and trader sentiment by visiting the section tabs on this page.
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Prev. Close3.804
Price91.39
Coupon2.75
Day's Range3.829 - 3.829
Price Open91.55
Maturity Date15 AUG 2032
52 wk Range1.335 - 4.019
Price Range91.09 - 92.34
1-Year Change161.34%
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United States 10-Year Analysis


Marc Chandler
Wake Me Up When September Ends By Marc Chandler - Sep 30, 2022

Benchmark 10-year yields are off 6-8 basis points in Europe and the United States. The panic seen at the start of the week in the UK has subsided considerably, as sterling...

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Technical Indicators Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy
Summary Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy

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Engulfing Bearish 1M 2 Jul 22
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Three Outside Up 1W 7 Aug 07, 2022
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Bullish Engulfing 1W 8 Jul 31, 2022
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Jaikumar Dagada
Jaikumar Dagada 7 hours ago
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bond prices will not down 4 to 5 years because us involved in war crises
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Puk Pups Sep 30, 2022 10:23AM ET
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They buy bonds to sell their shares at a high price, and then they sell bonds and buy depreciated shares at a low price! This is how money is made!
Joe Lane
Joe Lane Sep 30, 2022 9:47AM ET
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Chicago PMI 45.7 a huge miss from the 51.8 expectation.
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Joe Lane Sep 30, 2022 9:38AM ET
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I moved from buying short term corporates into buying strictly treasuries over the last month. Here's the reason. The fed has already done enough to push the economy into recession as early as Q4 this year. Despite the obvious signs of weakening in the economy the fed appears to determined to continue with aggressive tightening without pause to allow time for their actions to move through the economy. This could lead to a much deeper economic problem than the fed anticipates and could lead to a mass of corporate downgrades over the next 12 months.
Danke Glock
Danke Glock Sep 30, 2022 9:38AM ET
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I’m bought some AAA munis, Treasuries and select corps. I added some banks and utilities. My bank paper was going up in the capital structure as I sold some preferreds recently, but near 6% seems attractive as a long-term hold.
Joe Lane
Joe Lane Sep 30, 2022 9:38AM ET
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Danke Glock  I continue to hold the corporates I purchased earlier in the year and will see them start maturing in march 2023 through 2025. I just don't want to add any new corporates due to the downgrade risks. Muni's scare me as well, as a deep contraction could cause a shortfall in revenue for municipalities. I do agree yields are attractive if you are willing to take the risk.
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Danke Glock Sep 30, 2022 9:38AM ET
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Joe Lane  I’m buying triple-A rated state GO and prerefunded bonds backed by Treasury collateral. I managed muni portfolios and if the names I bought have problems we’re in canned goods and ammo territory. I wouldn’t suggest people buy munis that aren’t familiar with the names. Ratings volatility is possible, but ability to pay won’t be an issue. I’ve been rolling bills for most of the year and I trimmed equity risk earlier this year, so I’m slowly extending out to lock in long term income. I parked some money in a callable 5yr CD today at a 4.8%. I’ll take that until they are called or mature.
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Danke Glock Sep 30, 2022 9:38AM ET
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Joe Lane  you’re bonds out to 2025 won’t be an issue even with rating volatility. Like you, I will focus most if my purchases on Treasuries, I’m just waiting for rates to fade a bit more.
James Victorino
James Victorino Sep 30, 2022 9:00AM ET
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🤣 someone is buying bonds despite the higher consumer spending print.
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Puk Pups Sep 30, 2022 9:00AM ET
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They buy bonds to sell their shares at a high price, and then they sell bonds and buy depreciated shares at a low price! This is how money is made!
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Samantha Sep 30, 2022 5:09AM ET
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I found a really interesting chart for the 10/2 yield spread. Let's see if I can post the link in two parts without getting removed.
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Samantha Sep 30, 2022 5:09AM ET
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fred.stlouisfed.org
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/series/T10Y2Y/
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Wheat Observer Sep 30, 2022 3:14AM ET
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After Rosh Ha-Shanah and Yom Kippur Holidays many market participants will be back on the markets and the cards will be shuffled new. Have a nice weekend. p.s. Interest hike panic is ridiculous.....no really dangerous hikes will come withour bursting the federal budget.....already the highest amount of yearly interest expenses ever in the US....every additional % more interest rate means additional 300 billions US-$.....crystal clear, that FED is only bluffing, only hot air, because government debt would become unfinanciable....
Dave Jones
Dave Jones Sep 30, 2022 2:38AM ET
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did BoE come online to do the bidding of the fed?
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Samantha Sep 30, 2022 2:38AM ET
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Mutual interests. Pension funds in Britain were falling apart.. October rates in the U.S. would have gone parabolic without intervention.
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Wow B.S. Crypto fake accounts in action...lol lol ??? replies....how much weasel time did that take....? ...what 3rd world country do you live in...? keep working those B.S. replies numbers weasels.
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Ronald Bonilla Sep 29, 2022 4:01PM ET
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how much money d0 u need to start with
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