GOVERNMENT BOND • HISTORICAL DATA
Switzerland 20 Years
1.255%
37.2 bp
1 month
2 Feb 2023, 12:15 GMT+0

The Switzerland 20 Years Government Bond has a 1.255% yield (last update 2 Feb 2023 12:15 GMT+0).

Yield changed -9.2 bp during last week, -37.2 bp during last month, +109.4 bp during last year.

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Period Change Min Range Max
1 Week -9.2 bp
1.255 %
Feb 2, 2023
1.397 %
Jan 31, 2023
1 Month -37.2 bp
1.162 %
Jan 18, 2023
1.627 %
Jan 2, 2023
6 Months +53.8 bp
0.660 %
Aug 15, 2022
1.707 %
Dec 27, 2022
1 Year +109.4 bp
0.161 %
Feb 2, 2022
1.707 %
Dec 27, 2022
Current Yield: 1.255%
Last update 2 Feb 2023 12:15 GMT+0

Historical Data

Data Source: from 17 Apr 2015 to 2 Feb 2023
The Switzerland 20 Years Government Bond reached a maximum yield of 1.707% (27 December 2022) and a minimum yield of -0.813% (16 August 2019).

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Historical Yearly Range

Data Source: from 17 Apr 2015 to 2 Feb 2023
Switzerland 20 Years Government Bond: historic yield range for every year.
A green candlestick means a negative yield variation in the year.
A red candlestick means a positive yield variation in the year.
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Year Yield Change Min Yield Range Max
2023
Feb 2
1.255% -37.2 bp
1.162%
Jan 18, 2023
1.627%
Jan 2, 2023
2022
Dec 31
1.582% +158.5 bp
-0.003%
Jan 1, 2022
1.707%
Dec 27, 2022
2021
Dec 31
-0.003% +35.1 bp
-0.354%
Jan 1, 2021
0.145%
Jun 3, 2021
2020
Dec 31
-0.354% -12.9 bp
-0.789%
Mar 9, 2020
-0.083%
Mar 19, 2020
2019
Dec 31
-0.225% -47.2 bp
-0.813%
Aug 16, 2019
0.312%
Jan 17, 2019
2018
Dec 31
0.247% -3.5 bp
0.234%
Dec 21, 2018
0.596%
Feb 15, 2018
2017
Dec 31
0.282% +5.5 bp
0.128%
Apr 19, 2017
0.397%
Oct 3, 2017
2016
Dec 31
0.227% -23.8 bp
-0.280%
Jul 11, 2016
0.465%
Jan 1, 2016
2015
Dec 31
0.465% +33.2 bp
0.128%
Apr 20, 2015
0.716%
Jun 10, 2015
Current Yield: 1.255%.
Last update: 2 Feb 2023 12:15 GMT+0

Switzerland 20 Years Bond Spread

The Switzerland 20 Years Government Bond has a 1.255% yield. Click on Spread value for the historical serie.

A positive spread, marked by , means that the 20 Years Bond Yield is higher than the corresponding foreign bond. Instead, a negative spread is marked by a green circle.

Click on the values in "Current Spread" column, for the historical series of the spread.
Click on the "Compare" button, for a report with the full comparison between the two countries, with all the available data.
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Switzerland 20 Years vs Current Spread Country Full
Comparison
Japan 20 Years -5.5 bp Compare
Germany 20 Years -103.7 bp Compare
Canada 20 Years -175.0 bp Compare
France 20 Years -179.0 bp Compare
China 20 Years -203.7 bp Compare
Spain 20 Years -229.8 bp Compare
United Kingdom 20 Years -242.9 bp Compare
United States 20 Years -243.1 bp Compare
Australia 20 Years -264.7 bp Compare
Italy 20 Years -316.0 bp Compare
Russia 20 Years -939.5 bp Compare

Switzerland 20 Years Government Bond Prices

Price Simulation: bonds with a face value of 100, with different coupon rates.
The highlighted column contains prices at the current market yield. Other columns refers to hypothetical yields variations (100 bp = 1%).
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Coupon
Rate
Bond Price at different Yields
-100 bp -50 bp -25 bp 1.255% +25 bp +50 bp +100 bp
0% 95.03 86.03 81.87 77.92 74.17 70.61 64.02
1% 114.51 104.53 99.91 95.51 91.33 87.36 79.98
3% 153.46 141.53 135.98 130.70 125.65 120.85 111.89
5% 192.41 178.53 172.06 165.88 159.97 154.34 143.80
7% 231.35 215.52 208.13 201.06 194.30 187.83 175.71
9% 270.30 252.52 244.20 236.24 228.62 221.32 207.62

Switzerland Government Bonds

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Residual Maturity Yield Forecast
1 month 0.780%
2 months 0.900%
3 months 0.930%
6 months 1.150%
1 year 1.470%
2 years 1.005%
3 years 1.004%
4 years 1.004%
5 years 1.041%
6 years 1.059%
7 years 1.095%
8 years 1.099%
9 years 1.140%
10 years 1.189%
15 years 1.277%
20 years 1.255%
30 years 1.193%
40 years 1.155%

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