1 Mo 5.50   |   2 Mo 5.50   |   3 Mo 5.40   |   4 Mo 5.37   |   6 Mo 5.19   |   1 Yr 4.82   |   2 Yr 4.37   |   3 Yr 4.24   |   5 Yr 4.12   |   7 Yr 4.20   |   10 Yr 4.28   |   20 Yr 4.62   |   30 Years 4.54   |  

Source: US Dept. of Treasury End of Day

Market Updates

Weekly Economic Update: April 19th, 2021

• Yields finished the week mixed as the two-year Treasury note increased by a basis point to 0.16% while the five-year note fell by four basis points to 0.83%.

• Retail sales for March blew past expectations as warm weather and fiscal stimulus combined to fuel a surge in consumer spending.

• As more headline data continues to impress, growth projections are being revised upward, the Atlanta Fed raised their Q1 GDP forecast from 6.0% to 8.3%.

• Bond markets as exemplified by the bellwether ten-year Treasury note, have recently become indifferent to robust economic data, a possible sign that investors are starting to accept the Fed sentiment that rates will be on hold for the foreseeable future.

Scroll to Top