The U.S. 30-Year Bond is a debt obligation by The United States Treasury, that has the eventual maturity of 30 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. These sort of bonds pay a higher interest due to the compensation for a long risk period. Nonetheless, the U.S. 30-Year Bond is considered relatively safe due to their backing by the U.S. government. You can find further information such as historical data, charts, technical analysis and user sentiment overviews by going to each of the section tabs on this page.