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1.397 0.003    0.18%
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  • Prev. Close: 1.394
  • Day's Range: 1.380 - 1.464
Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  Canada
Canada 10Y 1.397 0.003 0.18%
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Prev. Close1.394
Price92.11
Coupon0.5
Day's Range1.38 - 1.464
Price Open91.79
Maturity Date01 DEC 2030
52 wk Range0.412 - 1.677
Price Range91.521 - 92.23
1-Year Change158.23%
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jeremie Roy
jeremie Roy May 12, 2021 16:05
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you guys believe it won't be stopped?
matthew madejski
matthew madejski May 12, 2021 14:27
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🚀🚀
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investing girl Mar 12, 2021 13:11
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To the moon
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keeeeeep rising
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Invest iGator Mar 08, 2021 13:20
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opposite
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Martin Jeko Mar 07, 2021 23:18
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Housing market crash is on its way
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yes
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CDN +spreads to treasuries will widen as the developing debt crisis continues to get priced in.
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Bruce Kirkpatrick Mar 04, 2020 22:21
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CND will go negative interest rates in the next year. Same with the US. National Debt continues to climb with no end in sight.
Philip Mund
Philip Mund Feb 21, 2020 14:34
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Why is there such a big drop in yields today? What am i missing?
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Philip Mund Feb 21, 2020 14:33
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Why is the yield falling so much today?
Dominique Gagnon
Dominique Gagnon Jun 03, 2018 19:10
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Christian Pavilanis Jun 03, 2018 19:09
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what does this mean?
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Gordon Qian Jun 03, 2018 19:09
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Christian Pavilanis  it means our Canadian economy sucks and this decade treasury bond is a joke ...every investors that has a slightest working brain is investing in US's 5 year/10 year bond instead of Canada's...thanks a lot justin trudeau aka the drama teacher
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TYLER DURDEN Jun 03, 2018 19:09
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hes gone in 2019
 
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