Treasury yields experienced heightened volatility during the shortened holiday week. The 10-year opened at 0.76 percent, dropped to as low as 0.68 percent by Wednesday, and spiked right back up to 0.76 percent this Monday morning. (The 30-year opened at 1.56 percent and the 2-year at 0.14 percent.) Many factors are affecting yield markets, including supply, governmental spending, the upcoming election, and a possible stimulus package. Other factors are in play, too, including the economy, the Federal Reserve (Fed), and COVID-19 and its related repercussions.