Long-term interest rates are surging. After falling below 2.40% in October, the ten year T-note yield has risen to 3.26%–an increase of 86 basis points. An investor who purchased long bonds at their yield low is down almost 7% in only two months. That’s almost 3 years worth of interest.
Jeremy Jones, CFA
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