Yield on Baa rated Corporate Bonds
Moody's Baa Corporate Bond Index reflects the average yield of constituent corporate bonds that have been given Moody's Baa credit rating. Corporate bonds can receive ratings that range from a high of Aaa to a low of C. Bonds given the Baa rating are considered as medium-grade obligations, meaning they are neither highly protected nor poorly secured. Bonds rated Baa and above are considered investment grade.
See even more long-term Yield on Baa-rated Corporate Bonds charts and historical data from FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data), the St. Louis Fed Research Department's database of more than 20,000 U.S. economic time series.