Home » Bonds & ETF Market Outlook (April 26): United States 1-Month Treasury Bond decreased of -0.053
During the last market session Treasury Yields for the Bond Market vary among -0.094 and -0.0178. The worst variation has been recorded for the United States 1-Month while the best for the United States 30-Year.
United States 1-Month Treasury Bond decreased of -0.053, its yield is now around 0.3651. During the last session the 3 Months Bond fell by -0.028.
As a consequence, the 1-Year Bond crashed by -0.068 making the 5-Year Treasury Bond drop by -0.105 and, accordingly, the 10-Year Bond slipped by -0.086.
While the most conservative 30y has been perceived from investors as the most reliable, experiencing a variation of -0.052 and in general an year-to-date movement of 0.4922.
On the ETF side, instead, we saw interesting movements. Analyzing the US market, based on the top 3 ETF for volumes registered during the last session.
In 1st place we have the ProShares Ultra VIX Short-Term Futures, an ETF with interesting size of volumes in the last session with: 43.64M. Total variation is around 12.69%. Latest price at the moment of press is 16.73.