US 10-year note Treasury yield reaches 3.07%

The 10-year Treasury note yield surpassed 3.07%  the highest since 2011. The 2-year yield is at 2.6%, its highest level since 2008.

The dollar, however, remains well off its daily highs, except against the JPY.

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