Ten-year Treasury notes fell 6/32, their yields rising to 1.
What does TNX stand for?
TNX stands for Ten-Year Treasury Note
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We have 3 other meanings of TNX in our Acronym Attic
- Tamil Nadu Women's Forum (India)
- Tennessee Wing (Civil Air Patrol)
- Taman Nasional Way Kambas (Indonesian: Way Kambas National Park; Indonesia)
- Things Not Worth Keeping (arts project)
- The Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank
- The New Wave of the New Wave (UK bands)
- Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge (US Fish & Wildlife Service; Oklahoma)
- Togiak National Wildlife Refuge (US Fish & Wildlife Service; Alaska)
- Tactical Naval Warfare System
- Thuiszorg Noord West Twente (Dutch: Home Care North West Twente; the Netherlands)
- Thanks (Amateur Radio)
- Trinitroxylene (explosive)
- Thanks A Million
- Teach Next Year (teacher residency program; University of Massachusetts, Boston)
- The Not Yet (Brazilian band)
- Total Nodal Yield
- Trees New York (urban forestry organization; est. 1976)
- True North Yachts (Canada)
- True North Yoga
- Team New York Aquatics
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our estimates of the most probable pre-tax real returns for a constant maturity ten-year Treasury note over the next ten years range from ten to 100 basis points, depending on how quickly real yields return to long-term equilibrium levels of 230 basis points.
5 percent of the awards of nominal ten-year Treasury notes went to primary dealers and only 8.
Arturo Estrella and Frederic Mishkin, for example, show that the yield spread between the three-month Treasury bill and the ten-year Treasury note is valuable in predicting recessions.
The lack of interest in stripped ten-year Treasury notes may flow from the weak demand for such medium-term stripped securities compared with long-dated stripped instruments.
The yield on the inflation-indexed ten-year Treasury note was little changed between mid-April and mid-July, suggesting that at least part of the roughly 60-basis-point drop in the nominal ten-year yield over that period reflected a reduction in expected inflation or in uncertainty about future inflation, or both.
Yields on ten-year Treasury notes rose and prices fell.