Yield on ten-year government bonds of selected countries 2019

Yield on ten-year government bonds of selected countries worldwide as of March 2019

by M. Szmigiera, last edited May 6, 2019
Yield on ten-year government bonds of selected countries 2019 The statistic presents the yields on ten-year government bonds in selected countries worldwide as of March 2019. In that month, the yield on ten-year government bonds in Greece was equal to 3.77 percent.
Bonds and yields – additional information

The bond yield indicates the level of return that the investor can expect from a given type of bond. The government of Germany, for instance, offered the investors 0.06 percent yield on ten-year government bonds for borrowing their money in March 2019. In the United States, government needs are also financed by selling various debt instruments such as Treasury bills, notes, bonds and savings bonds to investors. The largest holders of U.S. debt were Federal Reserve and Government accounts in the United States as of December 2017. The U.S. government owed them 39.68 percent of its total debt. The major foreign holders of the United States treasury securities as of December 2018 were China Mainland, Japan and Brazil.
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Yield on ten-year government bonds of selected countries worldwide as of March 2019

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Greece 3.77%
Italy 2.53%
United States 2.57%
Portugal 1.33%
Spain 1.13%
Ireland 0.67%
Belgium 0.53%
France 0.43%
Finland 0.3%
Austria 0.37%
Luxembourg 0.17%
Netherlands 0.15%
Germany 0.06%
Japan -0.04%
Yield
Greece 3.77%
Italy 2.53%
United States 2.57%
Portugal 1.33%
Spain 1.13%
Ireland 0.67%
Belgium 0.53%
France 0.43%
Finland 0.3%
Austria 0.37%
Luxembourg 0.17%
Netherlands 0.15%
Germany 0.06%
Japan -0.04%
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by M. Szmigiera, last edited May 6, 2019
The statistic presents the yields on ten-year government bonds in selected countries worldwide as of March 2019. In that month, the yield on ten-year government bonds in Greece was equal to 3.77 percent.
Bonds and yields – additional information

The bond yield indicates the level of return that the investor can expect from a given type of bond. The government of Germany, for instance, offered the investors 0.06 percent yield on ten-year government bonds for borrowing their money in March 2019. In the United States, government needs are also financed by selling various debt instruments such as Treasury bills, notes, bonds and savings bonds to investors. The largest holders of U.S. debt were Federal Reserve and Government accounts in the United States as of December 2017. The U.S. government owed them 39.68 percent of its total debt. The major foreign holders of the United States treasury securities as of December 2018 were China Mainland, Japan and Brazil.
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