Thu, Jun. 4, 8:52 AM
- The U.S. 10-year Treasury yield flew to a 2015 high of 2.43% earlier this morning - up from 2.12% at the start of the week - but has reversed, and is now lower by four basis points on the session to 2.33%.
- European yields are following suit - after jumping above 1% earlier, the German 10-year Bund yield is now down two bps on the session to 0.87%.
- Previously: Circuit breakers for Treasurys? (June 3)
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