Treasuries fell, pushing up yields from near the lowest levels of 2017, as traders weighed fading optimism about fiscal stimulus against the risk of Federal Reserve interest-rate increases and potential changes to the central bankâs balance-sheet policy.
The 10-year yield rose about four basis points to 2.36 percent at 4:10 p.m. in New York, after touching 2.31 percent, Bloomberg Bond Trader data show. The yield spread between five- and 30-year Treasuries widened to about 111 basis points.
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