U.S. Long-Term Government Bond Returns

U.S. Long-Term Government Bond Returns The 10-year annualized return from U.S. Treasuries is at a 65-year low of just 0.6%, prompting investors to reassess portfolio allocation and risk management strategies. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. 30-Year Government Bond Returns

U.S. 30-Year Government Bond Returns The fact that U.S. Treasuries are not overbought is a positive sign, suggesting that investors should continue to find value in U.S. Treasuries. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. 10-Year Government Bond Annual Returns

U.S. 10-Year Government Bond Annual Returns Never before has the 10-year U.S. Treasury bond experienced three consecutive years of annual declines. Is this time different? Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Ownership of U.S. Government Bond Market

Ownership of U.S. Government Bond Market Foreign investors remain the larger owners of U.S. Treasuries. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

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