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What is the 5 year T-Bill rate today?

What is the 5 year T-Bill rate today?

Five-Year Treasury Constant Maturity

This week Month ago
Five-Year Treasury Constant Maturity 1.17 0.84

What is the current 91-day T-Bill rate?

(Per cent)
Item/Week Ended 2020 2021
Call Money Rate (Weighted Average) 3.39 3.25
91-Day Treasury Bill (Primary) Yield 3.25 3.39
182-Day Treasury Bill (Primary) Yield 3.38 3.64

What is the current 3 month T bill rate?


Last Value 0.06%
Last Updated Oct 25 2021, 16:24 EDT
Next Release Oct 26 2021, 16:15 EDT
Long Term Average 4.21%
Average Growth Rate 111.1%

Is it a good time to buy T-bills?

T-bills are one of the safest investments, but their returns are low compared to most other investments. When deciding if T-bills are a good fit for a retirement portfolio, opportunity cost and risk need to be considered. In general, T-bills may be appropriate for investors who are nearing or in retirement.

Are T-bills worth it?

Are T-bills safer than CDs?

Insured CDs are relatively safe and Treasury bills are backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government. As of July 2014, the rates on these investments were puny. The national average interest rate for one-year CDs was 0.23 percent and that for one-year T-Bills was 0.11 percent.

Can you lose money on T bills?

Treasury bonds are considered risk-free assets, meaning there is no risk that the investor will lose their principal. In other words, investors that hold the bond until maturity are guaranteed their principal or initial investment.