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US Treasury Securities

June 14, 2021

Yield Curve


UST 2Y YTM:
0.16% (2 bp up)
UST 5Y YTM:
0.76% (3 bp up)
UST 10Y YTM:
1.47% (2 bp up)
UST 30Y YTM:
2.15% (no change)


On Friday, US Treasury yields managed to increase, except for UST 30Y YTM. The 10-year yield rose to 1.47% after falling to the 1.428% in the morning. At that point, the yield had plunged about 13 bps for the week, the sharpest weekly drop since June 2020.

Kim Rupert, senior economist for Action Economics claimed that the move back up in yields also reflected investment strategies as traders positioned ahead of comments due from the Fed officials next week.

Company — USA
  • Full name
    United States Department of the Treasury
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    USA