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Weekly Market Update, September 20, 2021

The Treasury yield curve flattened on a week-over-week basis as markets sought safety early Monday, following a sharp sell-off in Asia and in anticipation of this week’s Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting. The 10-year yield was down about 1 basis point to 1.32 percent. The 30-year fell about 5 basis points (bps) to 1.86 percent, while the 5-year gained 2 bps to about 0.83 percent and the 2-year was unchanged from last week at 0.20 percent.

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Weekly Market Update, September 13, 2021

Treasury yields saw little movement last week as markets look for direction amid growth concerns and the coming September Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting. The 10-year yield was unchanged from last week, opening at 1.33 percent on Monday morning. The 30-year fell 2 basis points (bps) to 1.91 percent, while the 5-year gained about 2 bps to 0.78 percent and the 2-year was unchanged at 0.20 percent.

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Weekly Market Update, September 7, 2021

Treasury yields moved higher across the curve last week as markets came to grips with a weaker-than-expected August jobs report. The 10-year yield rose about 9 basis points (bps) over the past week to open at 1.37 percent on Monday morning. The 30-year picked up 8 bps to 1.98 percent, the 5-year gained about 5 bps to 0.81 percent, and the 2-year rose a single basis point to 0.20 percent.

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