US Treasury Curve Flattens BELOW 30 BPS (2Y Yield Rises While 10Y Yield Falls)

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Happy July 5th!

The US Treasury yield curve has just flattened to BELOW 30 bps.


Yes, the 10-year Treasury note yield fell slightly while the 2-year Treasury note yield rose … again.


Notice that the zero coupon 2 year volatility has been declining as The Fed gradually raises rates.


Yes, it is the short-end of the yield curve “where the action is.”  


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