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Market Yield on U.S. Treasury Securities

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Interest Data downloaded by this item is available in the Federal Reserve website. Use the following link to get this data in a text file or use this download item to get the data automatically added into your QuantShare database.

The following market yields on U.S. treasury securities (bill, note and bond) are added to your database:
^TY-1M: Market yield on U.S. Treasury securities at 1-month constant maturity
^TY-3M: Market yield on U.S. Treasury securities at 3-month constant maturity
^TY-6M: 6-month
^TY-1Y: 1-year
^TY-2Y: 2-year
^TY-3Y: 3-year
^TY-5Y: 5-year
^TY-7Y: 7-year
^TY-10Y: 10-year
^TY-20Y: 20-year
^TY-30Y: 30-year

Treasury Constant Maturities, also called Treasury Yield Curve Rates, are rates calculated by the U.S. Treasury Department using the daily yield curve of U.S. Treasury securities. According to the treasury official website, yields are interpolated by the Treasury from the daily yield curve. More info can be found here.

Plot different treasury yield curve rates on a chart:
- Create a new pane
- Right click on it then click on "Edit Formula"
- Type the following formula then click on "Update Graph"

Here is for example different market yields on U.S. treasury securities displayed below the S&P monthly chart.







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