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US Treasury Securities

December 3, 2020
Yield Curve

UST 2Y YTM:
0.16% (1 bp down)
UST 5Y YTM:
0.42% (no change)
UST 10Y YTM:
0.95% (3 bp up)
UST 30Y YTM:
1.70% (4 bp up)

U.S. Treasury yields on the long end of the curve rose on Wednesday, adding to Tuesday's big climb on a potential new coronavirus relief package. 

Justin Lederer, Treasury analyst and trader at Cantor Fitzgerald in New York, said hopes for a stimulus deal to aid the coronavirus-battered economy, as well as "the whole reflation trade" drove longer-end yields up. But he said the possibility the Federal Reserve could start purchasing more longer-term debt would keep rates from moving much higher.

Comment: Reuters
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