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    U.S. 10 Year Treasury Note

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    Last Updated: Jul 14, 2020 8:06 a.m. EDT

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    0.614 Day Range 0.635
    0.38 52 Week Range 2.142

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    Overview

    Key Data

    • Open 0.619%
    • Day Range 0.614 - 0.635
    • 52 Week Range 0.38 - 2.142
    • Price 99 10/32
    • Change -23/32
    • Change Percent -0.71%
    • Coupon Rate 0.625%
    • Maturity May 15, 2030

    Performance

    5 Day
    • -4.51
    1 Month
    • -7.60
    3 Month
    • -10.09
    YTD
    • -129.19
    1 Year
    • -149.57
    Change in Basis Points

    Yield Curve - US

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