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Bond Yields

NameYieldChange
US 10 Year Treasury Yield
US10YT=RR
+0.635+0.002
Canada 10 Year Yield
CA10YT=RR
+0.5490.000
Mexico 10 Year Yield
MX10YT=RR
+5.680-0.080
UK 10 Year Yield
GB10YT=RR
+0.154-0.001
France 10 Year Yield
FR10YT=RR
-0.144+0.001

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