CBOE 10-Year Treasury Note Index (TNX)

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The CBOE 10-Year Treasury Note (TNX) is based on 10 times the yield-to-maturity on the most recently auctioned 10-year Treasury note. The notes are usually auctioned every three months following the refunding cycle: February, May, August and November. The expiration period of these notes is three near-term months plus three additional months from the March quarterly cycle.The aggregate position and exercise limits are 25,000 contracts on the same side of the market.[1]


References

  1. CBOE Overview of TNX.