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US Treasury Securities

December 4, 2020
Yield Curve

UST 2Y YTM:
0.16% (no change)
UST 5Y YTM:
0.40% (2 bp down)
UST 10Y YTM:
0.92% (3 bp down)
UST 30Y YTM:
1.67% (3 bp down)

Treasury yields fall slightly despite better-than-expected jobless claims. U.S. Treasury yields dipped on Thursday morning, as traders awaited news on congressional negotiations over a coronavirus stimulus package.
First-time claims for unemployment benefits totaled 712,000 last week, compared to the estimate of 780,000 from a Dow Jones survey of economists, the Labor Department reported Thursday. The pace of new jobless claims reached their lowest level of the pandemic crisis era last week.

Comment: CNBC

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