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30-Year Treasury Yield Falls to 3.620% -- Data Talk

01/24/2023 | 03:43pm EST

The 30-year yield declined 0.070 percentage point to 3.620% today. The price rose 1 11/32 to 106 29/32.


--Largest one-day yield decline since Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023

--Snaps a three-trading-day winning streak

--Today's yield is the fourth lowest this year

--Yield is off 0.740 percentage point from its 52-week high of 4.360% hit Monday, Oct. 24, 2022

--Yield is up 1.537 percentage points from its 52-week low of 2.083% hit Friday, Jan. 28, 2022

--Yield is up 1.491 percentage points from 52 weeks ago

--Yield is off 0.270 percentage point from its 2023 closing high of 3.890

% hit Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023

--Yield is up 0.078 percentage point from its 2023 closing low of 3.542% hit Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023

--Month-to-date the yield is down 0.314 percentage point

--Year-to-date the yield is down 0.314 percentage point


Data based on 3 p.m. ET values


Source: Tradeweb ICE U.S. Treasury Closing Prices


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

01-24-23 1542ET

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