(Bloomberg) – Maturities along the yield curve of Brazil’s sovereign had little change in trading Thursday morning.

The 1-year yield increased 2.1bps to 2,555% The 8-year yield increased 6.4bps to 6,832% The 10-year yield increased 4.6bps to 7,123% The yield spread between 1 year and 10 years was 456.8bps, in comparison from the previous close of 454.3bps Ibovespa Brazil Sao Paulo Stock Exchange Index shares rose 0.8% Brazil 5-year CDS expanded 1.2bps to 215.9bps

The Bloomberg Barclays Brazil Government Bond Index rose 10.3% over the past year. The Ibovespa Brazil Sao Paulo Stock Exchange Index fell 0.4% in the same period.

The following table shows the rate of return offers according to the market and the changes for the main terms in the Brazilian sovereign market:

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