The 2-year yield rose 0.097 percentage point to 0.965% this week. The price fell 6/32 to 99 19/32.


--Yield is up for four consecutive weeks

--Yield is up 0.325 percentage point over the last four weeks

--Largest four-week yield gain since the week ending Aug. 7, 2009

--Longest winning streak since the week ending Oct. 29, 2021, when the market rose for four straight weeks

--Yield is up seven of the past eight weeks

--Today it is up 0.068 percentage point and the price fell 4/32 price points

--Largest one-day yield gain since Monday, Nov. 22, 2021

--Yield is up two of the past three trading days

--A new 52-week high

--Highest yield since Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020,

--Yield is up 0.860 percentage point from its 52-week low of 0.105% hit Friday, Feb. 5, 2021

--Yield is up 0.828 percentage point from 52 weeks ago

--Yield is up 0.201 percentage point from its 2022 closing low of 0.764% hit Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022

--Month-to-date the yield is up 0.235 percentage point

--Year-to-date the yield is up 0.235 percentage point


Data based on 3 p.m. ET values


Source: Tradeweb ICE U.S. Treasury Closing Prices


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

January 14, 2022 15:50 ET (20:50 GMT)

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