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4.0325 +0.0405    +1.01%
18:01:56 - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
  • Prev. Close: 3.9920
  • Day's Range: 3.9670 - 4.3800
Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United Kingdom
U.K. 2Y 4.0325 +0.0405 +1.01%

United Kingdom 2-Year Bond Yield Overview

 
Ensure you are on top of current and historical data relating to United Kingdom 2-Year Bond Yield. The yield on a bond represents the return an investor will receive by holding the bond to maturity, and should be monitored closely as an indicator of the government debt situation. You can find more information such as historical data, charts, technical analysis and sentiment overviews by going to each of the section tabs on this page. (ISIN: GB00B3KJDW09)
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Prev. Close3.992
Price95.548
Coupon1
Day's Range3.967 - 4.38
Price Open94.99
Maturity Date22 APR 2024
52 wk Range0.384 - 4.761
Price Range94.99 - 95.584
1-Year Change969.63%
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United Kingdom 2-Year News


UK bond yields fall further after tax cut U-turn
UK bond yields fall further after tax cut U-turn By Reuters - 5 hours ago

LONDON (Reuters) - Yields on British government bonds fell sharply on Monday led by shorter-dated debt after Prime Minister Liz Trussand finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng...

UK gilt yields rise after plunging on BoE action
UK gilt yields rise after plunging on BoE action By Reuters - Sep 29, 2022

LONDON (Reuters) - Yields on British government bonds rose moderately on Thursday, a day after they plunged when the Bank of England said it would temporarily buy long-dated debt...

United Kingdom 2-Year Analysis


Neil Wilson
BoE: Stitch In Time Saves 9 By Neil Wilson - Jan 13, 2020

MPC front runs eco data with dovish remarks Window to cut rates in Jan Gilt yields, pound weaker A stich in time saves nine, and so an early rate cut is just what the nine-strong...

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why would anyone buy these bonds when the UK has such poor growth and is about to go on a huge borrowing binge. Inflation at 10% heading to 15% or 20% depending on how useless the bank of England carries on with controlling inflation & you have yourself a 10%+ loss on your money. Great investment?
Kiwuuwa Stephen
Kiwuuwa Stephen Apr 14, 2022 14:02
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how can I buy
Martin Velichkov
Martin Velichkov Oct 18, 2021 20:59
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how you can buy this yield on leverage :D at 0.01£ ???
Chris Williams
Chris Williams May 08, 2020 10:36
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Currency destruction next stop....
 
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