What is yield curve in Bonds and What is normal yield curve and Inverted yield Curve?

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2 Responses to “What is yield curve in Bonds and What is normal yield curve and Inverted yield Curve?”

  1. Thor said:

    When looking for definitions rather than opinion you are better off searching Wiki or Investopedia for definitive explanations.

    They can go in to more detail, plus charts, than we can do here.

  2. money said:

    The yield curve is a graph that plots the relationship between yields to maturity and time to maturity for a group of bonds. Along the x-axis of a yield-to-maturity graph, we see the time to maturity for the associated bonds, and along the y-axis of the yield-to-maturity graph, we see the yield to maturity for the associated bonds.

    When you hear people talking about the yield curve, they are most likely talking about the yield curve for U.S. Treasuries. However, virtually any group of bonds or other fixed-rate securities that come from the same asset class and share the same credit quality can be plotted on a yield curve. For this discussion, we will be referring to the yield curve for U.S.




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