United States 10-Year Bond Yield
- United States 10-Year Bond Yield is 3.70% on June 5, 2023, after reporting a value of 3.69% on the previous day.
- United States 10-Year Bond Yield averaged 5.70% from October 31, 1790 to June 5, 2023, reaching an all time high of 15.84% on September 30, 1981 and a record low of 0.50% on March 9, 2020.
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|10-Year Bond Yield||June 5, 2023||3.69||3.69||percent|
|3-Month Bill Rate||June 2, 2023||5.23||5.24||percent|
|Cyclically Adjusted Price-to-Earnings Ratio (CAPE)||June 2023||26.8||26.2|
|Real Effective Exchange Rate (Trade-Weighted)||June 2, 2023||17.1||17.0|
|2-Year/10-Year Yield Curve||June 2, 2023||-83.6||-76.8||basis points|