Current US Treasury Rates

Treasury Bond Information
Tenor Issue Coupon Maturity Yield to Maturity as of
Our ETFs *
3 MonthUS Treasury Bill0.0003/07/20245.44% tbil
6 MonthUS Treasury Bill0.0006/06/20245.39% xbil
12 MonthUS Treasury Bill0.0011/29/20245.13% obil
2 YearUS Treasury Note4.8811/30/20254.71% utwo
3 YearUS Treasury Note4.6311/15/20264.45% utre
5 YearUS Treasury Note4.3811/30/20284.24% ufiv
7 YearUS Treasury Note4.3811/30/20304.28% usvn
10 YearUS Treasury Note4.5011/15/20334.23% uten
20 YearUS Treasury Bond4.7511/15/20434.49% utwy
30 YearUS Treasury Bond4.7511/15/20534.31% uthy

* The yields listed for the Treasuries noted are not representative of the yield of the ETF.  See the link for each ETF for current performance, yields, and a prospectus. The expense ratio of each fund is 0.15%.

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The scenario above is hypothetical in nature and is designed to show the cumulative change in return in the most recently issued U.S. Treasury bonds or notes of a particular maturity for a given increase or decrease in interest rates over
equal 12-month periods. The following scenario analysis is designed for informational purposes and is not an offer to buy or sell any security. The information utilized has been provided by third party vendors which are believed to be
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time, based on market or other conditions. All investing involves risk, including the possibility of loss of original investment. You should consider the investment objectives, risks, and fees before investing. Treasury securities and the associated
coupon payments are not guaranteed and are solely based on the creditworthiness of the United States Government. For specific information on the assumptions. Data Source: Bloomberg as of 1 Nov 2023.

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. There is no guarantee that any fund’s investment results will have a high degree of correlation to those of the Underlying Index or that any of the funds will achieve their investment

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Treasury Bills – A Treasury bill (T-Bill) is a short-term U.S. government debt obligation backed by the Treasury Department with a maturity of one year or less A Treasury bill (T-Bill) is a short-term U.S. government debt obligation backed by
the Treasury Department with a maturity of one year or less. Treasury bills are usually sold in denominations of $1,000. However, some can reach a maximum denomination of $5 million in non-competitive bids. These securities are widely
regarded as low-risk and secure investments

Treasury Bonds – Treasury bonds (T-bonds) are government debt securities issued by the U.S. Federal government that have maturities of 20 or 30 years. T-bonds earn periodic interest until maturity, at which point the owner is also paid a
par amount equal to the principal.

Treasury Notes- A Treasury note (T-note forshort) is a marketable U.S. government debt security with a fixed interest rate and a maturity between two and 10 years. Treasury notes are available fromthe government with either a
competitive or noncompetitive bid.
Yield – Yield refers to how much income an investment generates, separate from the principal. It’s commonly used to refer to interest payments an investor receives on a bond or dividend payments on a stock. Yield is often expressed as a
percentage, based on either the investment’s market value or purchase price.

Maturity – In finance, maturity or maturity date is the date on which the final payment is due on a loan or other financial instrument, such as a bond or term deposit, at which point the principal (and all remaining interest) is due to be paid.
Interest Rates O(aka Federal Funds Rate) – The federal fundsrate refersto the interest rate that banks charge other institutions forlending excess cash to them fromtheir reserve balances on an overnight basis.

“On The Run” – On-the-run Treasuries are the most recently issued U.S. Treasury bonds or notes of a particular maturity. On-the-run Treasuries are the opposite of “off-the-run” Treasuries, which refer to Treasury securities that have been
issued before the most recent issue and are still outstanding.