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    TMUBMUSD10Y Tullett Prebon

    U.S. 10 Year Treasury Note

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    Last Updated: May 1, 2020 11:02 a.m. EDT

    % 0.642

    -0.002
    Previous Close
    0.644%
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    Advanced Charting
    Open: 0.644
    Last: 0.642
    0.594 Day Low/High 0.647
    Day Range
    0.38 52 Week Low/High 2.577

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    Overview

    Key Data

    • Open 0.644%
    • Day Range 0.594 - 0.647
    • 52 Week Range 0.38 - 2.577
    • Price 108 1/32
    • Change 0/32
    • Change Percent 0.01%
    • Coupon Rate 1.500%
    • Maturity Feb 15, 2030

    Performance

    5 Day
    • -0.32
    1 Month
    • -4.31
    3 Month
    • -104.73
    YTD
    • -128.00
    1 Year
    • -186.02
    Change in Basis Points

    Yield Curve - US

    Recent News

    • MarketWatch
    • WSJ

    ISM factory index slumps to 41.5 in April vs 49.1 in March

    IHS Markit final U.S. manufacturing PMI 36.1 in April, down from 36.9 first estimate and 48.5 in March

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    Gold prices slide for the day and week as bullish momentum peters out

    Treasury yields edge lower as Trump threatens tariffs against China over coronavirus handling

    Treasury prices edge higher Friday, dragging down yields, as global equity markets tip lower following earnings from a pair of big tech companies and President Donald Trump’s threat to impose tariffs on China over its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Fed's Kaplan sees unemployment rate ending 2020 in range of 8%-10%

    Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said the recession will be so severe that the unemployment rate will likely end the year as high as 8%-10%. In an interview with the Fox Business Network, Kaplan said the contraction in second quarter GDP could be as much as 30% on an annualized basis. Kaplan said he thinks the economy will recover partially in the third and fourth quarter but annual growth will still contract in a range of 4.5% to 5%. The Fed's interest rates will stay "low for longer" and the central bank "is going to need to do more in terms of other actions to bridge this period," Kaplan said. The Dallas Fed president is a voting member of the Fed's interest-rate committee this year.

    Fed's Kaplan: Economy will shrink almost 5% in 2020 even with second-half recovery

    Fed's Kaplan sees unemployment rate in range of 8%-10% at end of year

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    Growth of Fed’s balance sheet slows, hitting new record of $6.70 trillion in latest week

    10-year Treasury hangs around 0.6% as U.S. households seen on shaky footing, jobless claims climb

    Treasury yields held their lows on Thursday after economic data illustrated the weakening financial picture for U.S. households, with a rise in jobless claims corresponding to the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression.

    Fed does not announce start date for new 'Main Street' lending plan

    Fed says it is looking at separate lending plan for nonprofit organizations

    Fed to allow slightly bigger firms to use its new 'Main Street' lending plan

    Chicago PMI fall to 35.4 in April: report

    A measure of business conditions in the Chicago region fell sharply to 35.4 in April, its lowest reading since 2009, according to a report on CNBC. Any reading below 50 indicates worsening conditions. The Chicago PMI is the last of the regional manufacturing indices before the national ISM data is released Friday.

    Personal incomes fall sharply in March along with consumer spending

    WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Personal income fell sharply in March as workers received less compensation, the government said Thursday. Personal incomes dropped 2% in March, while disposable income also fell 2%. Consumer spending slumped 7.5% last month as households stayed at home. Since spending fell faster than income, the amount of money individuals save jumped to 13.1% from 8%. Inflation softened in March, with the headline PCE index rising 1.3% in the past 12 months, down from 1.8% in February The core PCE index that excludes food and energy, meanwhile, slipped to 1.7% rate over the last year from 1.8%.

    12-month gain in core PCE slips to 1.7% in March from 1.8% in prior month

    12-month gain in PCE falls to 1.3% in March from 1.8% in prior month

    U.S. savings rate advances to 13.1% in March from 8% in prior month

    U.S. consumer spending falls 7.5% in March

    Treasury yields pare drop after economic data

    U.S. personal incomes fall 2% in March

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    Foreign Buyers of U.S. Treasurys Step Back

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Related Bonds - Domicile

    Name Price Change Yield
    U.S. 1 Month Treasury Bill 0.008 0.099%
    U.S. 3 Month Treasury Bill 0.00 0.107%
    U.S. 6 Month Treasury Bill 0.007 0.119%
    U.S. 1 Year Treasury Bill -0.0025 0.1676%
    U.S. 2 Year Treasury Note 0.004 0.192%
    U.S. 3 Year Treasury Note -0.002 0.25%
    U.S. 5 Year Treasury Note 0.008 0.362%
    U.S. 7 Year Treasury Note 0.014 0.53%
    U.S. 30 Year Treasury Bond -0.048 1.291%
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