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  • US Futures Strip

    (%)

    fixedincome usd 90
  • US 10 Year Bond Yields

    (%)

    fixedincome usd 10
  • US Yield Curve Slope

    (10 year - 90 day)

    fixedincome usd slope
  • Monthly Change in 10 Year Yields

    (percentage points)

    fixedincome usd month
  • Weekly Change in 10 Year Yields

    (percentage points)

    fixedincome usd week
  • Spread Versus Other Countries

    (average = 1990 to 2016)

    fixedincome USDspreads
  • US vs Canadian Bond Spread

    (US 10y - Can 10y)

    fixedincome usdcad
  • US vs German Bond Spread

    (US 10y - Ger 10y)

    fixedincome usdeur
  • US vs UK Bond Spread

    (US 10y - UK 10y)

    fixedincome usdgbp
  • US vs Swiss Bond Spread

    (US 10y - Swiss 10y)

    fixedincome usdchf
  • US vs Swedish Bond Spread

    (US 10y - Swed 10y)

    fixedincome usdsek
  • US vs Norwegian Bond Spread

    (US 10y - Nor 10y)

    fixedincome usdnok
  • US vs Japanese Bond Spread

    (US 10y - Jap 10y)

    fixedincome usdjpy
  • US vs Australian Bond Spread

    (US 10y - Aus 10y)

    fixedincome usdaud
  • US vs NZ Bond Spread

    (US 10y - NZ 10y)

    fixedincome usdnzd

 

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