The US 10-year bond yield rises to a two-week high


direct: The yield on the US 10-year Treasury rose in trading on Monday, to its highest level in nearly two weeks after Trump’s actions.

The rise in government bond yields, along with the rise in US stocks, came during trading after a series of executive orders to support the economy.

US President Donald Trump approved enforcement measures, including extending the weekly unemployment benefit by $ 400.

This comes with hopes of reaching an agreement between the White House and Democrats in Congress on a new stimulus package this week According to the statements of the Treasury Secretary American Stephen Mnuchin.

And in economic data, it rose The number of job opportunities available In the United States last June, more than expected.

By 7:20 PM GMT, the yield on the 10-year US Treasury bonds rose to 0.577 percent after hitting 0.579 percent, the highest level since July 28.

The yield of two-year US Treasury bonds was 0.13 percent, while the yield on 30-year government debt rose to 1.25 percent.


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