Home » Bonds Today (May 2): Treasury Yields for the Bond Market vary between -0.0518 and 0.3157
During the last market session Treasury Yields for the Bond Market vary between -0.0518 and 0.3157. The worst variation has been recorded for the United States 3-Month while the best for the United States 1-Month.
United States 1-Month Treasury Bond increase of -0.044, its yield is now around 0.4868. During the last session the 3 Months Bond fell by 0.002.
As a consequence, the 1-Year Bond went up by 0.005 making the 5-Year Treasury Bond reach by 0.091 and, accordingly, the 10-Year Bond rose up by 0.092.
While the most conservative 30y has been perceived from investors as the most reliable, experiencing a variation of 0.083 and in general an year-to-date movement of 0.5898.