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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 3.599
  • Day's Range: 3.537 - 3.606
U.S. 10Y 3.564 -0.035 -0.96%

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. Close3.599
Price104.36
Coupon4.125
Day's Range3.537 - 3.606
Price Open104.47
Maturity Date15 NOV 2032
52 wk Range1.353 - 4.338
Price Range104.3 - 104.89
1-Year Change158.96%
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Spencer Frazier
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ferney Restrepo
ferney Restrepo 1 hour ago
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people is moving away from dollar to different currencies. looks like the bubble is about to pop.
Teena Marie
Teena Marie Dec 05, 2022 2:05AM ET
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November 2022 was the worst month for the USD in 10 years and counter intuitive for bonds to go up in price when the underlying currency is selling off. I wish I knew more. Going with what I can ascertain, as other countries are moving away from the USD as a reserve currency and in other instances, simply selling dollars for needed liquidity, demand for higher yields that consume supply and inventory cause lower yields. We’re also in a hyper sensitive market. Depending on who you talk to, there is uncertainty if 2023 rate hikes are priced in. If rates continue to fall in December or just bounce around for a while, my thoughts are that due to the amount of time it will take to unwind supply chains and other issues, the 10 year yield will revisit 4% before quantitative tightening ends.
jonathan seagull
jonathan seagull Dec 05, 2022 2:05AM ET
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I agree. TLT will hit 87-83$ at the bottom. Global institutions sweat to dumping out usd. That’s why the speed is so fast.
Teena Marie
Teena Marie Dec 03, 2022 11:55PM ET
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El-Erian describes major structural changes affecting uncertainty. https://www.almendron.com/tribuna/not-just-another-recession/
Teena Marie
Teena Marie Dec 03, 2022 12:21PM ET
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USDX chart nearly identical to10yr yields.
Chandika CS
Chandika CS Dec 03, 2022 12:21PM ET
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yes, I observed the same. what drives what. 10yr is the lead, right?
Teena Marie
Teena Marie Dec 03, 2022 12:21PM ET
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Chandika CS  It’s a good question. I wish I had a definitive answer. Generally speaking and outside of other influencing factors, yields rise and fall based on real and perceived valuations in the underlying currency and when central banks intervene. One or the other, currency or yields, takes lead depending on circumstances.
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jonathan seagull Dec 03, 2022 12:21PM ET
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They gotta move together by structure. Both are oversold presently and so will revert to its main trend line very soon. Remember Fed may have to run 2nd round of WT or maybe 3rd in this very sticky US economy.
Llewellyn Kruger
Llewellyn Kruger Dec 02, 2022 2:27PM ET
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Is the correction over...
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stf va Dec 02, 2022 8:42AM ET
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there we go, should make it back to at least 3.8.
Rodrigo Tiago
Rodrigo Tiago Dec 01, 2022 8:12PM ET
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Teena Marie
Teena Marie Dec 01, 2022 6:59PM ET
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Something I noticed in four and five year corporate bonds and brokered CDs is that when CDs at par hit 5% buying moved in very quickly. The following day, I thought it was an error when there wasn't any new issues for 5 year CDs. The same had occurred when I looked at inventory with another brokerage.
Joe Lane
Joe Lane Dec 01, 2022 6:59PM ET
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When I purchased the 4.85% there was also a 5% available for 5 years but it had a call feature. I gave up the .15% to go non-callable.
Teena Marie
Teena Marie Dec 01, 2022 6:59PM ET
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Joe Lane Me too. I avoided the callables and went for a 4.95 at 4 years. It was the 14th. 5% at 5 years sold out fast.
Joe Lane
Joe Lane Dec 01, 2022 6:49PM ET
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I sold some of my treasuries into the rip today and moved the proceeds into 4.85% cd's. I could be wrong but I think the treasury market is getting way out over its skis here. When Powell announced a slowing in the pace of hikes the markets started trading like he said rate cuts coming. He was very clear that the Fed has no intention of cutting anytime soon.
Danke Glock
Danke Glock Dec 01, 2022 6:49PM ET
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I’ve been looking at 5yr CDs too.
 
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