Short-Term Bond Rate Remain Higher Than Long-Term Bond Rates

Rising rates are being compounded by the Fed’s suspension of buying U.S. Treasuries and mortgage bonds on the one market. Along with the Fed’s current increase in short-term rates, the additional pressure on the fixed-income market has exacerbated the rapid rise in interest rates.

Short-term Treasury bond yields remained higher than longer-term maturities in September, known as an inverted yield curve. The 2-year Treasury yield finished September at 4.22% while the longer-term 10-year Treasury yield was at 3.83%.

Sources: U.S. Treasury, Bloomberg, Federal Reserve

Print Version: Fixed Income Review Oct 2022

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