treasury note

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treasury note

n. a promissory note issued by the U. S. Treasury, for a period of one to five years. (See: treasury bill, treasury bond)

See: check, instrument
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I would point out that the increase in long-term rates was driven by an increase in real interest rates -- not by an increase in inflation expectations -- as there was not a big jump in the difference between the regular 10-year T-note and the 10-year TIPS (inflation indexed treasuries) yields.
T-note rates are rising and more realistic earnings yields of near 6.
That is extremely attractive relative to a ten-year T-note, which has a yield of less than 3.
77% and is very attractive relative to 10 year T-note yield of 2.
0% or lower, real GDP growth is about 1% next year, inflation approaches 1% and the yield on the T-note is 4.
An inversion of fed funds and 10-year T-note is possible, but should be temporary because the economy is in solid shape.
Dan said, "The record volume in the CBOT's Two-year T-note contract and the exceptional performance in our entire U.
Next year, as growth firms and the deficits continue to increase, yields on the T-note are expected to rise to between 4.
Notable gains were also experienced in the CBOT 10-year and 5-year T-Note contracts.
Prospective clients can also receive a market snapshot via the website, which includes T-Bill, T-Note, Prime, Fed Funds, and discount rates.