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Last Update: 26 Nov 2022 6:23 GMT+0

The Lithuania 10Y Government Bond has a 3.803% yield.

Central Bank Rate is 2.00% (last modification in October 2022).

The Lithuania credit rating is A+, according to Standard & Poor's agency.

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Residual
Maturity
Yield ZC Price Last
Change
Last Chg 1M Chg 6M Last Chg 1M Chg 6M
3 years 4.000% -15.0 bp +245.0 bp 88.90 +0.43 % -6.90 % 26 Nov
5 years 3.856% +10.1 bp +205.6 bp 82.76 -0.49 % -9.52 % 26 Nov
10 years 3.803% -99.7 bp +175.3 bp 68.85 +10.04 % -15.66 % 26 Nov
Last Update: 26 Nov 2022 6:23 GMT+0

Lithuania Yield Curve Analysis

Normally, longer-duration interest rates are higher than short-duration. So, the yield curve normally slopes upward as duration increases. For this reason, the spread (i.e. the yield difference) between a longer and a shorter bond should be positive. If not, the yield curve can be flat or inverted.
The curve convexity is measured considering some key bond durations (usually 2 years and 10 years, but also other maturities).
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Residual
Maturity
Yield Spread vs Bond Spread vs
Central Bank
Rate (2.00%)
5 years
10 years 3.803% 180.3 bp
5 years 3.856%
185.6 bp

Lithuania Credit Ratings

A credit rating is an assessment of the creditworthiness of a borrower (in general terms or with respect to a particular debt or financial obligation). For a deeper analysis of credit ratings, click here Lithuania Credit Ratings History
Rating Agency Rating Outlook
Standard & Poor's
A+
-
Moody's Investors Service
A2
-
Fitch Ratings
A
-
DBRS
A (high)
-

Lithuania Interest Rates

A bank rate is the interest rate at which a nation's central bank lends money to domestic banks, often in the form of very short-term loans.
Interest Rates Value
Central Bank Rate 2.00%

Lithuania 10Y Bond Yield Spread

The Lithuania 10Y Government Bond has an estimated 0.000% yield.

A positive spread, marked by , means that the 10Y 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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Lithuania 10Y vs Current Spread Chg 1M Chg 6M
Japan 10Y 354.8 bp -100.7 bp +172.1 bp Compare
Germany 10Y 183.3 bp -100.4 bp +75.9 bp Compare
France 10Y 136.9 bp -95.9 bp +81.3 bp Compare
China 10Y 96.2 bp -113.7 bp +166.2 bp Compare
Canada 10Y 86.5 bp -73.6 bp +160.5 bp Compare
Spain 10Y 84.8 bp -94.4 bp +88.6 bp Compare
United Kingdom 10Y 69.2 bp -65.9 bp +56.6 bp Compare
Australia 10Y 21.1 bp -81.9 bp +141.0 bp Compare
United States 10Y 11.2 bp -75.9 bp +80.5 bp Compare
Italy 10Y -4.6 bp -86.8 bp +80.0 bp Compare
India 10Y -349.8 bp -88.6 bp +180.2 bp Compare
Russia 10Y -626.7 bp -123.7 bp +119.3 bp Compare
Brazil 10Y -985.3 bp -253.0 bp +53.0 bp Compare

Lithuania Government Bonds Prices

Price Simulation: bonds with a face value of 100, with different coupon rates. The highlighted column refers to the zero coupon bond.
Click on for a forecast of the yield.
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Residual
Maturity
Yield Bond Price - with different Coupon Rates Fx
0% 1% 3% 5% 7% 9%
10 years 3.803% 68.85 77.04 93.42 109.80 126.19 142.57
5 years 3.856% 82.76 87.23 96.17 105.11 114.05 122.99
3 years 4.000% 88.90 91.67 97.22 102.78 108.33 113.88
Maturity Date 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00

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