"Portuguese 2 -year Treasury bonds refer to the national debt with an expiry date issued by the Portuguese government, which is also known as PT2Y. The Portuguese government has issued government bond financing to meet the demand for domestic funds. Investment options for income. The value rate of the Treasury bond and the price of the market is closely related to the market supply and demand.
At present, Portugal's national debt yields are affected by various factors, including domestic economic conditions, political environment, and changes in international markets. In the past few years, Portugal's national debt yield has experienced certain fluctuations. In 2019, the average yield of Portugal's two-year Treasury bonds was about -0.3%. However, due to the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic, Portuguese Treasury yields began to rise in early 2020, reaching a high level of more than 1.2%. This is mainly due to the global economic uncertainty caused by the epidemic and the concerns of the Portuguese economy.
With the acceleration of the vaccination process and the gradual recovery of the global economy, Portugal's government bond yield began to fall in 2021. As of April 2023, the yield of Portugal's 2-year Treasury bond was about -0.5%. This shows that investors' confidence in Portuguese bonds has gradually recovered, and it also reflects the improvement of Portugal's economic and fiscal conditions.
In general, Portugal's 2 -year national debt is a relatively short -term investment choice. It may be a good choice for those who want to get a certain income in a relatively short time. However, investors also need to pay attention to market changes and risks in order to make wise investment decisions. "