Thursday, January 14, 2010

Treasury Yields Slowly Climbing, Chart for 3 Months to 30 Year Bills

Many analysts are advising to keep an eye on the yield of US Treasuries for signs of impending inflation, interest raret hikes and inherent problems. I compiled the yields of U.S. treasury Bills, Municipal Bonds, and Corporate bonds since early July 2009, on a weekly basis.

U.S. Treasuries

Yields are slowly creeping up. Here is the chart for bill with durations 3 months to 30 years, in percentage.

Corporate Bond Yields:

Corporate bond yields, on the other hand, have slowly declined:

Municipal Bonds Yields:

As for munis, the yield has dropped on the 10-year and 2-year, but has gone up on the 20-year and has remained relatively stable on the 5-year:

Here are the values (please click to enlarge)

This makes it very easy to keep an eye on future changes!

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