Heads up: it's been a crazy week for U.S. Treasuries – the bonds have sold off substantially since Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's Wednesday press conference – and yields are rising again today.
Right now, the yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note is 2.53%, 11 basis points higher from yesterday's close.
Before Bernanke, it was at 2.21%.
The bonds are making new lows in the final minutes of trading this week. The chart below shows 10-year Treasury futures today.
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