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US Treasury Securities

June 18, 2021

Yield Curve


UST 2Y YTM:
0.23% (2 bp up)
UST 5Y YTM:
0.90% (1 bp up)
UST 10Y YTM:
1.52% (5 bp down)
UST 30Y YTM:
2.11% (9 bp down)


On Thursday, US Treasury yields were mixed. The long-term 10- and 30-year Treasury yield declined as investors digested the Federal Reserve’s policy update and a big sell-off in commodities. Yields fell after the Federal Reserve raised inflation expectations and signaled that interest rate hikes would come sooner than expected on Wednesday afternoon.

In addition, investors considered a dramatyic sell-off in commodities. Prices for metals like copper kept falling amid actions by China to crackdown on inflation. 

At the same time, UST 2Y YTM reached highs of April 2020.

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