US treasury Yield

What You can see from this chart???

Treasury yields are a common term used to describe the total amount of money you make on U.S. Treasury notes or bonds

 Treasury yields move in the opposite direction of Treasury bond values.

As Treasury yields increase, so do the interest rates on fixed-rate mortgages.

Yields are abnormally low due to continued economic uncertainty. Investors accept these low returns just to keep their money safe. Once the global recovery is in full swing again, Treasury yields should increase.