Surging Bond Yields 2018’s Twist. It took more than a year to happen, but interest rates are finally rising again. On Monday, the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield leapt to as much as 2.73%, the loftiest level in nearly three years and decisively above of last year’s high of 2.64%. In turn, bond ETFs tied to the 10-year,
Yields on the US 10-year Treasury have now surged to 2.8450 per cent, the highest since January 2014. Back home, from around 6.41 per cent at the end of July 2017, the 10-year G-Sec moved to a high of 7.40 per cent on December 28, and is currently at 7.57 per cent.
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Retirees, Break Free From Low Yields. He already has two years’ worth of living expenses stashed in ultrasafe money market funds that offer little in the way of income. He’s planning to replace some of his stocks and real estate investment trusts with a high-quality short-term bond fund that yields about 2.2%.
Taper-proofing fixed-income retirement portfolios. purchases in the marketplace caused bond yields to spike. Retirees who had grown comfortable watching the value of their U.S. bondholdings.
If interest rates rise, the value of bond funds will decline — and investors can lose money. "With the run-up in prices and the run-down in yields, we are at the tail end of a bond bull market.
The yield on the German bond recently fell below 1 percent, and even economically challenged Spain pays a scant 2.1 percent interest on its 10-year bonds. Low interest rates can be frustrating for.
Rising bond yields will free up companies to contribute less to pension plans, which are helped most by the rise in yields of U.S. Treasury debt with a long maturity. Last year’s "flattening" in the yield curve, in which long-dated yields fell faster than short-term yields, had hurt some pension plans.
FILE PHOTO: Apartment buildings are shown under construction in Carlsbad, California, U.S., May 24, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake February 25, 2018 By Richard Leong NEW YORK (Reuters) – A surge in bond yields that sent stock markets skidding from record highs this month may have ripple effects outside Wall Street, as home ownership costs rise and nest eggs shrink.