Last week, the US money market won back part of the rate hike associated with improved economic expectations and accelerated inflation. However, at the beginning of this week, the growth in yields returned.
The yield on 30-year securities decreased by 0.08 pp. and amounted to 2.37% by the end of the week since the beginning of the year, yields on 30-year bonds increased by 0.77 percentage points.
The yield on 10-year securities decreased by 0.07 pp. and amounted to 1.67% by the end of the week. Since the beginning of the year, yields on 10-year securities have increased by 0.8 percentage points.
The average spread on long-term bonds over the past week amounted to 0.702 pp.
The yield on 1-month government bonds over the past week increased by 0.01 percentage points. up to 0.02%
The yield on 12-month government bonds over the past week decreased by 0.01 percentage points. up to 0.06%
The average spread on short-term bonds over the past week was 0.05%