Treasury Seasonality: Yields Rise In The First Half of A Year and Then Fall In The Second Half?
Wall Street Journal reported the following interesting patten for 10-year Treasury bond yield: Since 2001, the 10-year Treasury yield typically has hit its calendar-year peak during the first half, and especially in the middle of the period, and then slipping back during the second half. The only exception was in 2003, when the yield peaked in August. It gives further discussion on this 'seasonality' for Treasury bonds.
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