Spread
254.15 bp
26 Jan 2022
12:15 GMT+0
Government Bonds
Iceland 2 Years
vs
United Kingdom 2 Years

The Iceland 2 Years / United Kingdom 2 Years Government Bond spread value is 254.15 bp (last update 26 Jan 2022 12:15 GMT+0).

Spread changed +5.5 bp during last week, -12.1 bp during last month, +94.4 bp during last year.

Change & Range
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Period Change Min Range Max
1 Week +5.5 bp
248.7 bp
19 Jan 22
258.1 bp
24 Jan 22
1 Month -12.1 bp
247.5 bp
18 Jan 22
267.7 bp
3 Jan 22
6 Months +23.7 bp
203.6 bp
18 Oct 21
276.7 bp
21 Nov 21
1 Year +94.4 bp
136.1 bp
14 Mar 21
276.7 bp
21 Nov 21

The Iceland 2 Years / United Kingdom 2 Years Government Bond spread reached a maximum value of 600.8 bp (30 January 2017) and a minimum value of 134.9 bp (8 January 2021)*.

* Data have been retrieved since 11 September 2016

Historical Yearly Range

Iceland 2 Years / United Kingdom 2 Years Government Bond spread: historic value range for every year.

A green candlestick means that spread variation is negative in the year.

A red candlestick means that spread variation is positive in the year.

Historic serie starts from 11 September 2016. Last update: 26 Jan 2022 12:15 GMT+0.

Current Spread is 254.15 bp.

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Year Change Min Spread Range Max
2016 -0.9 bp
499.7 bp
18 Oct 16
543.8 bp
5 Dec 16
2017 -129.6 bp
367.9 bp
6 Dec 17
600.8 bp
30 Jan 17
2018 +66.3 bp
359.7 bp
26 Feb 18
522.9 bp
2 Jul 18
2019 -121.8 bp
311.7 bp
4 Jun 19
454.7 bp
3 Jan 19
2020 -330.8 bp
10000000.0 bp
1 Jan 70
No change
-10000000.0 bp
1 Jan 70
2021 -67.3 bp
134.9 bp
8 Jan 21
276.7 bp
21 Nov 21
2022 -10.4 bp
247.5 bp
18 Jan 22
267.7 bp
3 Jan 22

Iceland vs United Kingdom - List of Bond Spreads

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Residual Maturity Current Spread Bonds Yield
Iceland United Kingdom
2 years 254.2 bp 3.457% 0.916%
5 years 295.6 bp 3.981% 1.025%
10 years 310.4 bp 4.298% 1.194%

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