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3.090 -0.041    -1.30%
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Type: Bond
Group: Government
Market: United States
  • Prev. Close: 3.131
  • Day's Range: 3.080 - 3.143
U.S. 30Y 3.090 -0.041 -1.30%
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Prev. Close3.131
Price99.89
Coupon3.125
Day's Range3.08 - 3.143
Price Open100
Maturity Date15 MAY 2048
52 wk Range2.636 - 3.264
Price Range99.66 - 100.88
1-Year Change5.97%
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U.S. 10-Year Treasury Yield Flirts With Key 3%-Level
U.S. 10-Year Treasury Yield Flirts With Key 3%-Level By Investing.com - Apr 23, 2018

Investing.com - U.S. government debt yields rose on Monday, with the benchmark 10-year note inching closer to the psychologically important 3%-threshold. The benchmark 10-year...

United States 30-Year Analysis


Gary Tanashian
Gold, U.S. Stocks And Bonds By Gary Tanashian - May 25, 2018 1

I’ll try to keep things simple with this recap of the 3 of the 5 major food groups (leaving aside commodities and currencies) for investors. No confusing you today with too...

MN Gordon
Yields Are Actually Going Somewhere By MN Gordon - May 23, 2018

Tightening Credit Markets Daylight extends a little further into the evening with each passing day. Moods ease. Contentment rises. These are some of the many delights the northern...

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Trader Joe
Trader Joe May 22, 2018 3:35AM ET
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here we go !
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jimmy vee
jimmy vee May 17, 2018 11:49AM ET
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More to come for sure, as the Fed raises rates to draw foreign money to finance a stupid government who wants to give it to private entities.  Where is the inflation that is the Feds job.  Normalizing the bond market what nonsense talk it that, but if people are buying it they keep selling it. ....The fact is America and American companies have enjoyed lower interest cost for most of its history than any other advanced nation in the world. Now and for the foreseeable future that is no more.  Canada the little country to you north yield 70 basis points less, Europe it over a 100.
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jimmy vee May 17, 2018 11:40AM ET
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Lower bonds values likely to continue as the Fed needs to raise rates to draw foreign money in to buy government bonds so the stupid government can give money to private entities.   The fed should only be raising rate to counter inflation but no politics is in the mix and all this normalization nonsense talk, but if investors are buying it we keep selling it. For most of American history America and American companies enjoyed lower interest cost than their global competitors now and for the foreseeable future the resat of the world will have this advantage over America.
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Steve Jackson Mar 09, 2018 12:27PM ET
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have you ever seen such buying by the fed; yeah they have to sell next week; better have a little unscheduled QE today
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Elmer Fudd
Elmer Fudd Mar 03, 2018 7:07AM ET
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U. S. Bond Small Specs are very short; large specs and commercials about neutral; but very large Open Interest. Small specs MUST unwind their shorts before expiration week. Open Interest in Euro is HUGE, and Specs are HUGE short. Euro could get squeezed if Open Interest is still large in expiration week. Lots of risk for shorts in Bonds and Euro and Crude.
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Orman Fixsen
Orman Fixsen Feb 27, 2018 12:26AM ET
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Long bonds
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Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Feb 12, 2018 5:45AM ET
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Dollar down over the last few daysn, despite a surge in yields. Could be very dangerous for the stock market.
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Patrick Siu
Patrick Siu Feb 12, 2018 2:44AM ET
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Tonight could be another disaster in the stock market
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michael hammer
michael hammer Feb 08, 2018 4:56PM ET
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What is causing bond yield to be so high?
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wifesaidnomoretrading Feb 08, 2018 4:56PM ET
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Since Fed started in early-1900s 10yr yield has averaged 6%... reversion to the mean is strongest force in the market.. 30yr takes longer due to lack of liquidity
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Jesus Que Jan 30, 2018 11:55PM ET
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Is this bond tax exempt?
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jimmy vee
jimmy vee Jan 30, 2018 11:55PM ET
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no unless you are a foreign investor than Yes.
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Mark David
Mark David Dec 16, 2017 10:20AM ET
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Buy all you can
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Mike Mish Shedlock May 17, 2017 12:40PM ET
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On all of your charts.Can you please reverse DAY/MONTH? .No one in the US uses DAY/MONTH..And it makes the charts very difficult to read
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Gold Fever
Gold Fever May 17, 2017 12:40PM ET
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Ummm, this is not a US website
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Mar 07, 2017 4:53AM ET
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interesting
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Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan Feb 24, 2017 10:47AM ET
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under 3. waterfall
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Jorik Jan 25, 2017 5:49AM ET
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Interesting
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Mohit Prasad
Mohit Prasad Jan 15, 2017 1:22PM ET
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Sorry but bond market to test new lows
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Thomas OBrien Dec 13, 2016 10:01PM ET
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After the Fed meeting, I think we could see 3.30 yield, and 2.65 10 year.
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Nov 24, 2016 2:44PM ET
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happy thanksgiving every one...have a great weekend friends.
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Ramoon Spartan Nov 23, 2016 9:51AM ET
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short for 9% down
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PrimePets Oct 14, 2016 6:25AM ET
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Now I know what an orchestrated market correction looks like. All US bond yields and Dollar positioned well down enough,before the open, to absorb the shock of the markets hitting their desired support levels without crashing thru. Then Oil being used to guide movement through out the day. Next day, markets, bond yields and dollar up again up again like nothing happened. Worked like a charm.
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PrimePets Oct 06, 2016 1:56PM ET
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Next resistance after 2.47 is 2.555
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PrimePets Oct 05, 2016 12:10PM ET
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When do rising yields tank the markets?
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test.
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Steve Orcutt Aug 30, 2016 8:15PM ET
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Anyone else notice the downward trend? The - 23.45% definitely is unattractive,
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