The US Treasury Department's Treasury Monetary Funds rose on Thursday, and some took their highest level in more than ten years when the US Federal Reserve referred to US growth on the track, which increased interest rates.
Pending monetary policy makers of the US Federal Reserve held key short-term interest rates between 2.00 and 2.25 percent after a two-day meeting. The rise in interest rates is currently underway and the next growth is expected to be in December and will be the fourth this year.
The two-year US Treasury's return, which is more sensitive to Fed's policy, was closed to 2.977 percent, at the highest level 10-1 / 2 years after the Fed's statement.
Five-year bond yields rose by more than 3 basis points to 3.088 per cent when they hit 3,098 per cent, the highest in ten years.
Standard 10-year bond yield rose 2 basis points to 3.234 percent, but remains less than seven and a half year high 3.261 percent interest rate, which is then recorded during the month of large-scale bond market.