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2.742 +0.033    +1.24%
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Type: Bond
Group: Government
Market: United States
  • Prev. Close: 2.708
  • Day's Range: 2.704 - 2.743
U.S. 10Y 2.742 +0.033 +1.24%

United States 10-Year Bond Yield Historical Data

 
Get free historical data for United States 10-Year Bond Yield. You'll find the closing yield, open, high, low, change and %change for the selected range of dates. The data can be viewed in daily, weekly or monthly time intervals. At the bottom of the table you'll find the data summary for the selected range of dates.
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12/17/2018 - 01/16/2019
 
Date Price Open High Low Change %
Jan 16, 2019 2.741 2.711 2.743 2.706 0.98%
Jan 15, 2019 2.715 2.706 2.718 2.681 0.33%
Jan 14, 2019 2.706 2.676 2.711 2.660 0.26%
Jan 13, 2019 2.699 2.699 2.699 2.699 0.00%
Jan 11, 2019 2.699 2.731 2.740 2.681 -1.71%
Jan 10, 2019 2.746 2.710 2.747 2.678 1.25%
Jan 09, 2019 2.712 2.730 2.747 2.710 -0.66%
Jan 08, 2019 2.730 2.692 2.733 2.687 1.19%
Jan 07, 2019 2.698 2.666 2.701 2.632 1.14%
Jan 06, 2019 2.668 2.668 2.668 2.668 0.00%
Jan 04, 2019 2.668 2.564 2.678 2.543 4.55%
Jan 03, 2019 2.552 2.618 2.656 2.545 -3.08%
Jan 02, 2019 2.633 2.686 2.697 2.622 -1.97%
Jan 01, 2019 2.686 2.686 2.686 2.686 0.00%
Dec 31, 2018 2.686 2.730 2.745 2.679 -1.12%
Dec 30, 2018 2.716 2.716 2.716 2.716 0.00%
Dec 28, 2018 2.716 2.768 2.781 2.713 -2.09%
Dec 27, 2018 2.774 2.803 2.806 2.733 -1.28%
Dec 26, 2018 2.810 2.751 2.815 2.720 2.16%
Dec 25, 2018 2.751 2.749 2.751 2.749 0.54%
Dec 24, 2018 2.736 2.826 2.826 2.733 -1.88%
Dec 23, 2018 2.788 2.788 2.788 2.788 0.00%
Dec 21, 2018 2.788 2.801 2.810 2.781 -0.71%
Dec 20, 2018 2.808 2.767 2.814 2.748 1.67%
Dec 19, 2018 2.762 2.819 2.861 2.750 -2.16%
Dec 18, 2018 2.823 2.859 2.861 2.818 -1.19%
Dec 17, 2018 2.857 2.895 2.898 2.848 -1.25%
Dec 16, 2018 2.893 2.893 2.893 2.893 -0.07%
Highest: 2.898 Lowest: 2.543 Difference: 0.355 Average: 2.734 Change %: -5.302
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA 8 hours ago
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Heading to 3% then 3 1/2% then 4%. This is heading much higher.
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Joe Mwangi
Joe Mwangi Jan 15, 2019 3:12AM ET
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US 10 year bonds have hit a death cross.An ominous signal?
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Or4cle Jan 11, 2019 7:01AM ET
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2.5% by the end of 2019. Emerging signs of weakness in major economic sectors, including auto manufacturing, agriculture and home building, are prompting some forecasters to warn that one of the longest periods of economic growth in American history may be approaching the end of its run.
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 11, 2019 7:01AM ET
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Doubt it very much. More like 3.5% and rising. Mega resetting trade monetary financial deal ahead by big 2. USA and China. Mega bull market in equities and rising rates as major investment pushes up low rates fr om this cheap credit era of history.
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Mckey Wildson
Mckey Wildson Jan 11, 2019 7:01AM ET
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possibly 2.90 then winter is coming
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Jim Oli
Jim Oli Jan 11, 2019 7:01AM ET
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Agreed Or4cle that record growth was spurred by free money....A return to QE cannot be supported. The "Emperor's new clothes" economy was nothing more than a con game. If you are on the fence (economy wise) and are told the "econ is great" and it encourages consumer spending hence making the assumption a reality...that's fine. Time to face the music...The king is "naked". Don't be lead to the slaughter with the rest of the sheep. You don't go out and raise your credit card limit, because you are having trouble making the payment and then tell yourself "everything is fine"...You are in "quicksand".
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Or4cle Jan 11, 2019 6:35AM ET
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The U.S. is getting close to its longest government shutdown ever. Neither Donald Trump nor opposing Democrats are backing down over the president's demands for funding for his border wall. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees will have to get by without paychecks. Those in some departments like law enforcement are deemed "essential," which means they’re still working — with no pay. The impact is spreading as the shutdown enters its 21st day: Trash is piling up in national parks. IPOs can’t be approved. And it hurts the U.S. economy.
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 11, 2019 6:35AM ET
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Its going to be o.k. it will be over at the right time and Trump will get wall built by military.
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Mac Taylor
Mac Taylor Jan 09, 2019 1:46PM ET
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Also, remember what the States have working for them (in spite of and respect to Donald T) 1) Global reserve currency 2) "Perception" of stability in the global marketplace (read: best house in a horrible neighborhood). Know any mass movement institutional funds to BRICs entities??? however, I do know that EVERYBODY is stockpiling gold n silver...
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Jim Oli
Jim Oli Jan 09, 2019 1:46PM ET
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I heard it was called "The best looking horse in the Glue Factory"  :)
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 09, 2019 1:46PM ET
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Rising interest and Gold/Silver would not surprise me in the least. The end of bond bull market will turn heads as many only know one way traffic. Rising rates can urge many to take loans and invest to beat even higher rates. This in turn can lead to CPI rises over time... confusing for many but it'll all work out. Raise rates and let the market price the assets. Its o.k. !!!
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 09, 2019 4:50AM ET
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When 3% comes again the notion that the bond bull is still decades strong will vanish. Its over and no Fed going to zero again or negative rates. 3% comes its over and 3.5% happens. Grown ups handle profits and losses from wherever interest rates need to be. Not everyone wins and if a lot lose so be it.
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Donato Marcantonio
Donato Marcantonio Jan 07, 2019 9:00PM ET
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Bonds are boring.  I'd rather trade FANG.
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 04, 2019 5:15PM ET
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Heading to 3.5% Mega deal between Trump and Xi coming going to turbo charge trade and markets for decades. Don't get caught out on crash collapse psyop. This is going to turn upwards and fast when it does.
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JFI AUSTRALIA lets watch and see.
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JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 04, 2019 5:15PM ET
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The question is whether a big picture deal/reset is on the way...
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Mac Taylor
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if we sustain over 3% then bonds will go down too in a perfect storm... While collapse may be overstated, bear and/or sideways market is in play....Companies have exhausted buybacks, M&A, funds repatriation and related operations (i.e. smoke n mirrors)...GDP as a metric is outdated. Creativity and innovation is direly missing from global marketplace. Zero-to-low interest rates have normalized over past 10+ years. Any rate (even gradual, accelerated; "slow boil of the frog") increases are shocks to various levels of consumers. So who's the buyers/consumers even with a new trade agreement? What are these companies gonna produce that they haven't already flooded the marketplace with that people didn't need in the first place....Seems like a stalemate for now, time will tell
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Silverbug 19
Silverbug 19 Jan 01, 2019 8:32AM ET
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A sign the Fed will not be able to raise rates
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10 yr continues the downfall.  Presently 2.71.  Next major support is 2.64 after is a serious drop and boost for gold.
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indiacharts Rohit Srivastava Dec 26, 2018 10:24PM ET
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THE bond market has topped again near wave 4 of the previous fall
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA Dec 26, 2018 10:24PM ET
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Doubt it.
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수재 Soojae
수재 Soojae Dec 26, 2018 5:14AM ET
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good bye 2018. .Happy new year 2019
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Silverbug 19
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Goodbye. Next leg up.
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA Dec 25, 2018 8:24PM ET
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Next stop 3.50%
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i would say 2 40...
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i would say 2 40...
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Jim Oli
Jim Oli Dec 24, 2018 4:58PM ET
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !!!
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Jim Oli
Jim Oli Dec 24, 2018 4:57PM ET
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Nothing like reaching for a bullet only to find out your belt is "empty"...4.5 would have given us a few shots...we over extended QE, and in the back of our minds we knew it was wrong..yet we kicked the can down the road. I will say it again...although it gives me no great joy.....You guys are going to look "GOOD" behind a fence !!!
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Tim Lammon
Tim Lammon Dec 20, 2018 1:56PM ET
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there is a lot of support here.  trend line and support March/April.
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Robert Cencarik
Robert Cencarik Dec 20, 2018 12:43AM ET
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another support...
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Robert Cencarik
Robert Cencarik Dec 20, 2018 12:43AM ET
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Bites the Dust...
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Gino11able .
Gino11able . Dec 19, 2018 4:19PM ET
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Raise the rates and massive bond selloff. What a farce.
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Robert Cencarik
Robert Cencarik Dec 19, 2018 4:19PM ET
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if there is a selloff, the yield goes up...
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Jim Oli
Jim Oli Dec 19, 2018 3:58PM ET
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And I thought 2.84 was "sad" actually it looks good compared to 2.77 ...lol lol ante up...looks like "redemption" time is here...QE comes at a cost...as you are about to see.
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Or4cle Dec 19, 2018 3:58PM ET
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Math never lies.. yet Intelligence always wins
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Jim Oli
Jim Oli Dec 19, 2018 3:58PM ET
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Or4cle I'm gonna miss Sean   :(  lol
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Or4cle Dec 19, 2018 3:58PM ET
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xD
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Randall II
Randall II Dec 19, 2018 11:56AM ET
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Expect bond weakness not strength in the longer end from here. Again, dovishness of any kind will result in steeping. You should be selling today at 2.80
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Tim Lammon
Tim Lammon Dec 19, 2018 10:29AM ET
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4th time we've come down to the 2.8 area and was taken out on 5/28/18.  will it hold?  that's the question.
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Tim Lammon Dec 19, 2018 10:27AM ET
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it's the 4th time that we have come down to that 2.80 area.  i doubt this will hold again.  They were all taken out to 5/28/18.
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Dave Jones Dec 17, 2018 7:47PM ET
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time to go up soon
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Robert Cencarik
Robert Cencarik Dec 17, 2018 7:47PM ET
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lower..
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Robert Cencarik
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we are resting at the support ..we either break it now or we'll break later..
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Or4cle Dec 17, 2018 7:47PM ET
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Target price 2.5% in one year or faster
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Jim Oli
Jim Oli Dec 14, 2018 6:39AM ET
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Markets futures are negative...here comes 2.84 (probably lower) nothing like the 10yr being threatened by the markets. Those same markets are addicted to free (or low cost) money. QE is to the markets...what heroin is to mankind.....it is never pretty when it comes to an end.
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