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Author:Benjamin Mills 

Discussion Paper
Treasury Term Premia: 1961-Present
Treasury yields can be decomposed into two components: expectations of the future path of short-term Treasury yields and the Treasury term premium. The term premium is the compensation that investors require for bearing the risk that short-term Treasury yields do not evolve as they expected. Studying the term premium over a long time period allows us to investigate what has historically driven changes in Treasury yields. In this blog post, we estimate and analyze the Treasury term premium from 1961 to the present, and make these estimates available for download here.
AUTHORS: Crump, Richard K.; Moench, Emanuel; Benjamin Mills; Adrian, Tobias
DATE: 2014-05-12

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