Rates jumped to 10% - 19%+ in late 1970s and early 1980s
Rates started to decline around 1980 into 2016 (end still TBD as of 2018)
Rates at historical lows from 2010 onwards (after great recession and FED QE Programs)
Historically 10 year yields have traded inline with GDP growth (relationship stopped after 2008 crisis & QE Interventions)
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