Post Date: April 17, 2017
by Rick Spencer, CFA
Fixed Income Trader
Interest rates have begun to trend higher after bottoming in July 2016. After reaching a low of 1.36 percent last year, the 10-year Treasury yield recently hit 2.6 percent and currently rests at a 2.56-percent yield, as of March 8, 2017. Higher interest rates have benefited bond buyers with higher starting yields but will become a source of concern if rates continue to climb.
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