10-Year Note ETF declined by -0.16 percent – November 20 2017 (NY Close).

November 20, 2017

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10-Year Note End of Day: November 20 2017

The 7-10 Year Treasury Bond ETF (IEF) finished the North American session today with a reduction of -0.16 percent and closed the day around the 106.01 price level, according to unofficial data at the New York close. The IEF ETF opened at 106.05 with the high of the day being 106.15 and the low of the day at 105.95.The 7-10 Year Treasury Bond ETF (IEF) has fallen by -0.46 percent over the past 10 days while seeing a step lower by -0.07 over the past 30 days. The 90-day change is 0.25 while the 180-day return and the 365-day return are 2.80 and -2.48, respectively.

The 10-Year Note RSI level is Bearish:

The Relative Strength Index, an indicator that can indicate overbought (above 80) and oversold levels (below 20), shows that the RSI score is at 46.9 for a Bearish reading on the daily time-frame.

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