Limbo Rock! US Treasury Slope Hits 50 BPS (10Y-2Y), Down From Over 100 BPS In January [How Low Will It Go?]

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The US Treasury yield curve, an important measure for financial markets, has declined from over 100 basis points in January to 50.8 basis points this AM.


TYVIX, 10Y T-Note Volatility, has fallen from over 6 to under 4 over the course of 2017.

How low can they go?



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