Intermediate uptrend with support at 1.900%
The U.S. Treasury 10 Year Bond is one of the four asset classes that I monitor which include stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies. The intermediate uptrend for the 10 year bond yield (bond price and yield have an inverse relationship – bond price drops then the yield rises) represents the increased movement of capital from the relative safety of this U.S. Treasury to stocks and to a lesser extent, commodities.
Relevant articles picked from the Web:
- Gold investors now have rising bond yields to cope with — FP — February 27, 2013
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