United Kingdom: Government bond 10-year yield

(measure: percent, source: European Central Bank)
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Government bond 10-year yield, percent in the United Kingdom, June, 2019: For that indicator, European Central Bank provides data for the United Kingdom from 1960 to Q2 2019. The average value for the United Kingdom during that period was 7.38 percent with a minumum of 0.6 percent in August 2016 and a maximum of 16.34 percent in October 1981. Click on the following link to see the values of Government bond 10-year yield, percent around the world.
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Source: European Central Bank

Definition: Government bond is a debt security issued by the Central government with a residual maturity of 10 years. This bond is backed by sovereign guarantee. The 10-year bond has the highest liquidity amongst similar maturity bonds. Once fixed, the coupon rate remains constant throughout the term of the bond. Only the yield changes commensurate with the interest rates and accordingly the price of the bond changes. There exists an inverse relationship between the bond yield and its price.
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