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U.S. Treasury Yield Curve

October 25, 2007

By MoneyRates Team | Money Rates Columnist

Investors in United States Treasuries have to extend maturities out at least 5 years to earn a 4.00% yield and are only rewarded with another 50 basis points by extending out 30 years. Analysts believe a steepening of the yield curve is on track for 2008 with inflatin expected to pick up.


Investors may find the best value in the six-month yield curve (where the yield curve bump up in yield before falling again), while they wait for better long term rates.

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