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Yield on ten-year government bonds in Belgium from 1995 to 2017

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Yearly yield on ten-year government bonds in Belgium 1995-2017 This statistic shows the yield on ten-year government bonds in Belgium from 1995 to 2017. In August 2017, the long-term interest rate reached a value of approximately 0.73. Compared to the other Benelux countries, Belgium's interest rate is higher than that of Luxembourg or the Netherlands. A ten-year government bond, or treasury note, is a debt obligation issued by a government which matures in ten years. They are considered to be a low-risk investment as they are backed by the government and their ability to raise taxes to cover its obligations. Investors track them, however, for several reasons. First, these bonds are the benchmark that guides other financial interest rates, such as fixed mortgage rates. Second, their yield will tell how investors feel about the economy. The higher the yield on a ten-year government bond, the better the economic outlook.
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This statistic shows the yield on ten-year government bonds in Belgium from 1995 to 2017. In August 2017, the long-term interest rate reached a value of approximately 0.73. Compared to the other Benelux countries, Belgium's interest rate is higher than that of Luxembourg or the Netherlands. A ten-year government bond, or treasury note, is a debt obligation issued by a government which matures in ten years. They are considered to be a low-risk investment as they are backed by the government and their ability to raise taxes to cover its obligations. Investors track them, however, for several reasons. First, these bonds are the benchmark that guides other financial interest rates, such as fixed mortgage rates. Second, their yield will tell how investors feel about the economy. The higher the yield on a ten-year government bond, the better the economic outlook.
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Release date
August 2018
Region
Belgium
Survey time period
1995 to 2017
Supplementary notes
According to the source, the numbers provided are period averages.

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