It was a long-awaited moment. For the first time since January 2014, ten-year US government bonds returned more than 3% on April 24. According to Steven Blitz, economist of the research house TS Lombard, the value of 3% is "not more important than a return of 2.99 or 3.01%". Nevertheless, market observers spoke of a milestone. Because the threshold is psychological. It was last tested several times but not exceeded.
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