10-Year Bond Yield to Keep Trending Up, 4% by late 2018

posted by Michael Lewis on March 13, 2017

Found in US, categorized in Fiscal Policy

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Now running more than 2.5%, the 10-year Treasury yield is up +100BP over its lows last year. FMI expects the 10-year yield to continue trending up; it should reach 4% by the end of next year and will likely hit 5% by the end of 2019


FMI’s commentary on the outlook for further substantial increases in long rates

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