What is the mix of maturities of outstanding US Treasury bonds called?
What is the technical term for the mix of maturities of outstanding US Treasury bonds? Also, is there an "official" source for this information?I tried searching to find out, but not knowing what the correct term for the maturity mix is, I got no hits.
It is typically called the treasury yield curve. With very short term paper (T-Bills hich are zero coupn instruments) Notes which pay a coupon ote to Ten years and Bonds from 10 to 30 years. They trade continually and almost all large commercial banks have treasury trading desks. They are roughly thirty banks which are "primary dealers and make markets in all maturities continually. Current markets are available on most any trading platform or brokerage scree. You can get live feeds from sources like Bloomberg.com .Here is a link from the US treasury They have daily rates (probably at close of business).