5-Year Treasury Yield Drops to 0.73%

The yield on the five-year Treasury has plunged to another all-time low. The yield is currently 0.73%.

Here’s some perspective. Despite being 20 times longer, the total cash flow on the 5-year bond is less than the total cash flow from a 3-month T-bill at its peak rate in 1981 when it yielded 17%.

Posted by on January 30th, 2012 at 1:34 pm

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