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Dynamic Yield Curve

The Dynamic Yield Curve tool shows the relationship between multiple interest rates and stocks over time.

The “yield curve” is a line that connects the different yield values for several interest rates of different duration. Under normal conditions, as the bond duration increases (the x-axis), the interest rate for that bond should also increase (y-axis), leading to a yield curve that moves higher as you go from left to right on the chart.

Under certain economic conditions, the direction of the yield curve can change and become flat or even inverted, warning investors to be cautious. Our Dynamic Yield Curve tool allows you to see the current yield curve at a glance and explore historical yield curves to see how things behave during different market conditions.

Check out our Dynamic Yield Curve overview video below, or just read on to learn how to get the most out of our Dynamic Yield Curve tool.

Accessing the Dynamic Yield Curve Page

You can find a link to the Dynamic Yield Curve tool in the “Charting Tools” section of the Free Charts page, and in the “Control Center” area of the Members Dashboard (or just click here).

Parts of the Dynamic Yield Curve Tool

  1. The Interest rates pane
  2. The S&P 500 price plot
  3. The Date Slider
  4. The Yield Curve Controls
  5. Additional Resources

Yield Curve Controls

Additional Resources


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