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10-year Treasury yield hits all-time low as virus fears fuel demand for US debt
PUBLISHED THU, MAR 5 20202:11 AM ESTUPDATED MOMENTS AGO
The 10-year Treasury note fell to an all-time low on Thursday as rekindled coronavirus angst parked fresh bids for U.S. debt.
The lowest reading on the 10-year yield was 0.899%, below its all-time low of 0.906% hit earlier in the week. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond fell a similar 8 basis points to 1.56%.
The 2-year note yield was last seen at 0.582%, off a new all-time low of 0.554% hit earlier in the session; the 5-year rate ticked lower to 0.672%. Bond yields fall as their prices rise.
New headlines documenting the spread of the virulent coronavirus helped fuel demand for the relative safety of U.S. debt on Thursday.
In the U.S., California declared a state of emergency after a coronavirus-related death in the state, where there are at least 53 confirmed cases. Princess Cruises, meanwhile, held a ship off the coast of San Francisco after Governor Gavin Newsom said he asked that the Grand Princess not return to the state until its passengers are properly tested for the disease.
The World Health Organization said on Wednesday that there are now more than 93,000 confirmed cases worldwide and more than 3,000 deaths. Japan’s confirmed coronavirus infections rose above 1,000 on Wednesday, Italy said its death toll is up to 107 and shut all schools, and Australia banned travelers from South Korea to help slow the illness.
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