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10Year 21/2% Treasury InflationIndexed Note, Due 7/15/2016 (DISCONTINUED) (WTP10L16)
Ending Friday  Updated: Jul 18, 2016
Observation:
20160715: 8.92 (+ more)Updated: Jul 18, 2016
20160715:  8.92  
20160708:  5.17  
20160701:  4.94  
20160624:  5.10  
20160617:  4.97 
Units:
Percent,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
Weekly,Ending Friday
Averages of business days. Yield to maturity on accrued principal.
Calculated from data provided by the Wall Street Journal. Daily data prior to August 2, 2006, were provided by the New York Times.
Copyright, 2016, Haver Analytics. Reprinted with permission.
10Year 21/2% Treasury InflationIndexed Note, Due 7/15/2016
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Averages of business days. Yield to maturity on accrued principal.
Calculated from data provided by the Wall Street Journal. Daily data prior to August 2, 2006, were provided by the New York Times.
Copyright, 2016, Haver Analytics. Reprinted with permission.
10Year 21/2% Treasury InflationIndexed Note, Due 7/15/2016
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Title  Release Dates  


10Year 21/2% Treasury InflationIndexed Note, Due 7/15/2016  20060724  20160718 
10Year 21/2% Treasury InflationIndexed Note, Due 7/15/2016 (DISCONTINUED)  20160719  20160719 
Source  


Haver Analytics  20060724  20160719 
Release  


Weekly Treasury InflationIndexed Securities  20060724  20160719 
Units  


Percent  20060724  20160719 
Frequency  


Weekly, Ending Friday  20060724  20160719 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20060724  20160719 
Notes  


Treasury InflationProtected Securities, or TIPS, are securities whose principal is tied to the Consumer Price Index (CPI). The principal increases with inflation and decreases with deflation. When the security matures, the U.S. Treasury pays the original or adjusted principal, whichever is greater.
Averages of business days. Yield to maturity on accrued principal. Calculated from data provided by the Wall Street Journal. Daily data prior to August 2, 2006, were provided by the New York Times. Copyright, 2016, Haver Analytics. Reprinted with permission. 
20060724  20160719 
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