10-Year Jumps Over 1% for First Time Since March

The 10-year Treasury note yield was at a March high of 1.019%, 6.4 basis points higher than in the previous day.  (Market Watch)

With control of the Senate in sight, Democratic lawmakers may now have more scope to pass more aggressive fiscal measures that could weigh on the bond market through increased debt issuance and higher inflation expectations, according to analysts.