The Euro Is Getting Killed And The 10-Year Treasury Falls Below 2%

Amid the chaos triggered by Greece, the euro is plummeting against the dollar, giving back most of its October gains. The euro spike above $1.40 last week after the EU summit, but now it’s down to $1.36.

Meanwhile, Treasuries are soaring.  The 10-year note is at 1.98% and the 30-year note is at 2.98%.


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