U.S. Treasury 10 year Note Yield Chart (2010-2014)

The Goldilocks trading range of 2.60% to 3.00%
U.S. Treasury Note Yield Chart showing the intermediate trading range of 2.60% to 3.00%

U.S. Treasury 10 Year Note Yield Chart

A drop below 2.60% would indicate a run to safety with a corresponding decline in equities. A rise above 3.00% would indicate an improvement in the U.S. economy and an end to quantitative easing. This could also result in a decline in equities.

The price of the bond and the yield have an inverse relationship.


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