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Yields on the 10-year Treasury have moved above 2% for the first time since January following Donald Trump's victory. Yields have moved up 9% today after first seeing their biggest dip since Brexit.
An auction today of $23 billion in 10-year notes had a high yield of 2.02%.
Some expect Trump's policies to be inflationary, others view a Trump presidency as pro-growth.
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