The yield on the 10-year US Treasury note climbed to 2.99% on Monday (23 April), edging closer to the benchmark 3% level, which could spark volatility across global financial markets.
Closing at 2.966% on Monday, the 10-year yield reached its highest level since January 2014, while the 30-year yield was also higher at 3.143%, driven by signs of growing inflation and impending interest...
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