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UST05Y 5-Year U.S. Treasury Notes Futures

CFD Bonds


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What is 5-Year U.S. Treasury Notes Futures / UST05Y?

UST05Y is the ticker symbol for 5-Year U.S. Treasury Notes Futures. UST05Y is a Bonds CFD. The 5-Year contract track baskets of U.S. treasuries and fixed-income securities issued that are backed by the U.S. government to finance debt with a maturity points of 5-Years on the U.S. yield curve.

UST05Y Product Specification

Contract Size
Margin Currency
Profile Currency
Pip Value
Asset Class
Fixed Income
Government Debt
Max Lots
Minimum Size
3-Day Swap
Product Specs

UST05Y Sessions

Market Hours
24 Hrs
Time Zone
GMT +2 / GMT +3

UST05Y Platform Access

Price Feed
Scalping / News
Automated Trading
Day Trading

Popular UST05Y FAQs

What is the minimum trade size for UST05Y?

The minimum trade size for UST05Y is 0.1

What is the maximum trade size I can open on UST05Y?

1000 lots

Is CFD trading risky?

CFD trading is extremely risky. Trading any leveraged product carries significant risk as you have the ability to open positions that are far larger than your account balance.

What leverage do we offer on Bonds?

We offer competitive leverage rates which are determined by the Afterprime entity you register with.

What is the value of one Bonds point?

One Bonds point is normally = to 1 unit of base currency. For instance, one Bonds point of UST05Y is = to 1 USD.

UST05Y Trading Strategies

The 5-year U.S. Treasury note is a market benchmark used by traders to gauge the performance of the U.S. economy and inflationary pressures. The yield on the 5-year note reflects market expectations for economic growth and inflation over the next five years. In this article, we'll explore some common trading strategies for the 5-year Treasury note.

The 5-year Treasury note is one of the most actively traded instruments in the world, with a market value of over $1 trillion outstanding. The majority of trading activity in the 5-year note takes place in the secondary market, where investors trade notes that have been previously issued by the U.S. government.

The 5-year note is also a popular vehicle for futures and options contracts traded on exchanges such as the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT). Futures contracts are agreements to buy or sell a specified amount of a financial instrument at a predetermined price on a future date. Options contracts give investors the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset at a set price on or before a certain date.

Treasury notes are often used by traders as collateral in other financial transactions, such as repurchase agreements (repos). A repo is a short-term loan that uses Treasury securities as collateral. Treasuries are also used in reverse repos, which are short-term investments made by financial institutions using government securities as collateral.

Common Trading Strategies

There are several common trading strategies used by investors in the 5-year Treasury market, including:

  • Buy and hold: This strategy involves buying notes and holding them until they mature, at which point the investor will receive interest payments plus the return of principal.
  • Rolldown: This strategy involves selling notes as they approach maturity and reinvesting the proceeds in longer-dated notes with higher yields further out on the yield curve.
  • Butterfly: This strategy involves simultaneously buying and selling two different maturity dates while holding another position in an intermediate maturity date. The goal is to profit from small changes in interest rates while minimizing exposure to large swings in prices.
  • Pair trade: This strategy involves buying one security while simultaneously selling another security that is highly correlated with it. For example, a trader might buy 5-year Treasury notes while selling 10-year Treasury notes, betting that the yield spread between the two will widen or narrow over time.

    The 5-year U.S. Treasury note is a popular benchmark used by traders to gauge market expectations for economic growth and inflationary pressures over the next five years. There are several common trading strategies used by investors in this market, including buy and hold, rolldown, butterfly, and pair trade strategies. While each strategy has its own risks and rewards, all offer opportunities for traders to profit from changes in interest rates over time.

    Disclaimer: The content on this site should not be considered investment advice. Investing is speculative. When investing, your capital is at risk.

UST05Y Trading Strategies.

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Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 62% of retail investors' accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Please refer to our full Risk Disclosure Notice.

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