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2-year/10-year Treasury yield curve hits steepest since the year 2017

2-year/10-year Treasury yield curve hits steepest since the year 2017

US Treasury yields witnessed an uptick as reports suggested that a Brexit deal could soon be reached. This would ease demands for haven investments as lawmakers in Washington passed another round of COVID relief. The bond market will shut early on Thursday, and will remain closed on Friday due to Christmas, as per recommendations from the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association.

Tom A
Tom A
snarley
snarley 1 months

Typical Trump. If he wasnt on his way out of office when the Senate suggested this relief plan he wouldnt have gave 2 Damns..he would have argued that it was too much money for citizens and instead would have pumped more money into Wall Street. ...but because he is in a position where he desperately is trying to score some brownie points he's going to disguise this blatant misuse of power as an excuse to hold things up under the guise of claiming "that isn't enough money for citizens". What people seem to forget is that he is the MAIN REASON we still have yet to see another stimulus bill be passed. He doesn't care about us....he only only cares about his image....and since the Republicans finally grew a spine now that he is on his way out....Trump is going to whatever he can to make the party look bad. As if he hasn't done that to death already. Usually a president would use their presidential pardons on people who have been victimized by an unjust imbalanced judicial system designed to make profit for individual investors. Instead....he pardoned Michael Flynn....who was on tape helping to assist Russian interests. At this point defending him is just another way of saying "I support Russian terrorism on American soil".

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 months

Still fighting the swamp until the end! The special interests will have to wait until January 21st to get their way.

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