U.S. Rates – 2-Year and 10-Year Treasury Yield Forecasts

U.S. Rates – 2-Year and 10-Year Treasury Yield Forecasts BofA still forecasts the 10-year UST yield at 4.25% and the 2-year UST yield at 4.00% by year-end 2024, suggesting the possibility of a downward trend in borrowing costs. Image: BofA Global Research

Fed Funds vs. 2-Year U.S. Treasury Yield (Leading Indicator)

Fed Funds vs. 2-Year U.S. Treasury Yield (Leading Indicator) The 2-year U.S. Treasury yield below the fed funds rate indicates that the Fed’s monetary policy is currently restrictive, which could potentially lead to a slowdown in economic growth. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

Fed Funds Rate vs. 2-Year U.S. Treasury Yield

Fed Funds Rate vs. 2-Year U.S. Treasury Yield The 2-year U.S. Treasury yield below the fed funds rate indicates that the Fed is restrictive. Image: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

U.S. 10-Year – 2-Year Yield Curve

U.S. 10-Year – 2-Year Yield Curve Historically, the re-steepening of the U.S. 10Y-2Y yield curve from the trough has preceded recessions. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

3-Day Change in U.S. 2-Year Treasury Yield

3-Day Change in U.S. 2-Year Treasury Yield The U.S. 2-year Treasury yield experienced its biggest three-day drop since October 1987. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Germany 2-Year Government Bond Yield

Germany 2-Year Government Bond Yield The German 2-year government bond yield, considered to be the most sensitive to European Central Bank (ECB) policy rate expectations, continues to rise. Image: The Daily Shot

Germany 2-Year Government Bond Yield

Germany 2-Year Government Bond Yield The German 2-year government bond yield, considered to be the most sensitive to European Central Bank (ECB) policy rate expectations, hit a 14-year high. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. 2-Year Government Bond Yield

U.S. 2-Year Government Bond Yield The 2-year U.S. Treasury yield is rising as U.S. inflation may be more persistent than expected, which remains a headwind for U.S. stocks. Image: The Daily Shot

S&P 500 and Peak in U.S. 2-Year Yields

S&P 500 and Peak in U.S. 2-Year Yields Should investors expect the S&P 500 to rebound after the peak in U.S. 2-year yields? Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research