6 Month Yield
-0.02 (-2.59%)
1 Year Yield
-0.01 (-1.36%)
10 Year Yield
-0.06 (-2.27%)
Bonds and Rates
Maturity Price Change Yield Change
3Mo Bill 100.00 -0.02
0.50 +0.06
6Mo Bill 100.01 +0.01
0.60 -0.02
1Yr Bill 100.00 +0.01
0.87 -0.01
2Yr Note 99.81 +0.10
1.10 -0.05
3Yr Note 100.32 +0.17
1.39 -0.06
5Yr Note 99.66 +0.35
1.82 -0.07
10Yr Note 96.61 +0.48
2.38 -0.06
30Yr Bond 96.35 +0.68
3.06 -0.04
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US Treasury Yields

A United States Treasury security is government debt issued by the United States Department of the Treasury through the Bureau of the Public Debt. Treasury securities are the debt financing instruments of the United States Federal government, and they are often referred to simply as Treasuries or T-bills. There are four types of marketable treasury securities: Treasury bills, Treasury notes, Treasury bonds, and Treasury Inflation Protected Securities. There are several other types of non-marketable treasury securities including State and Local Government Series. All of the marketable Treasury securities are very liquid and are heavily traded on the secondary market. The non-marketable securities (such as savings bonds) are issued to subscribers and cannot be transferred through market sales. Below are the 6 month treasury yields, 1 year treasury yields, and 10 year treasury yields.

6 Month Treasury Yields, 1 Year Treasury Yields, and 10 Year Treasury Yields

Treasury bills (or T-Bills) mature in one year or less. Like zero-coupon bonds, they do not pay interest prior to maturity; instead they are sold at a discount of the par value to create a positive yield to maturity. Many regard Treasury bills as the least risky investment available to U.S. investors[citation needed].Regular weekly T-Bills are commonly issued with maturity dates of 28 days (or 4 weeks, about a month), 91 days (or 13 weeks, about 3 months), 182 days (or 26 weeks, about 6 months), and 364 days (or 52 weeks, about 1 year). Treasury bills are sold by single price auctions held weekly. Offering amounts for 13-week and 26-week bills are announced each Thursday for auction, usually at 11:30 am, on the following Monday and settlement, or issuance, on Thursday. Offering amounts for 4-week bills are announced on Monday for auction the next day, Tuesday, usually at 11:30 am, and issuance on Thursday. Offering amounts for 52-week bills are announced every fourth Thursday for auction the next Tuesday, usually at 11:30 am, and issuance on Thursday. Purchase orders at TreasuryDirect must be entered before 11:00 on the Monday of the auction. The minimum purchase - effective April 7, 2008 - is $100. (This amount formerly had been $1,000.) Mature T-bills are also redeemed on each Thursday. Banks and financial institutions, especially primary dealers, are the largest purchasers of T-bills. Above you can find the 6 month, 1 year, and 10 year yields for US treasury yields.