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US Treasury yields rose Thursday, while some reached the highest level in more than a decade, as federal reserves suggested that US growth was on the right track, raising interest rates.
As expected, US central bank financial decision makers kept key short-term interest rates in the range from 2.00 percent to 2.25 percent after a two-day meeting. There are several rises in interest rates on the roads, and the next increase is expected in December and will be the fourth this year.
Two-year US Treasury production, the most sensitive to Fed policy, closed at 2,977 percent, the highest level in 10-1 / 2 years since the Fed's statement.
Five-year bond yields increased by more than three basis points to 3.088% after reaching 3.098%, the highest level in 10 years.
Standard ten-year bond yields rose 2 basis points to 3,234%, but remained below the seven-and-a-half-year level of 3,261% a month ago during a broad sale of bond markets.