From 1916 to early summer of 2016, the yields on 10 year U.S. treasury notes have varied widely, from a 100 year low in 2016, when the rate fell to less than 2 percent—1.71 percent in June of 2016—to a high for the same 100 year period of 14.59 percent in January 1982.
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