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Treasury Yield Curve
By Ralph Goldsticker, CFA | 6 June 2019

The yield curve is inverted out to maturities of 10 years. After rising for the first two months of 2019, interest rates on 10-year Treasuries are 45 basis points lower than they were at the start of the year, and 60 basis points lower than they were a year ago. The10-year peaked as of November 8, 2018 and has fallen more than 110 bps since then. 

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