Higher interest rates push Treasury Direct bonds to record rates in June.

The taxes of the titles of Treasury Direct didn’t had another choice than following the flow of inflation and the increase in the basic interest rate in Brazil and in the United States. On june, the prefixeds rate bonds began to offer interest above 13% per year and inflation-related bonds ended up setting a record, with interest above 6% per year.

Due to the rise in interest rates, there was a fall in bond yields, which is common to occur after these increases and most long-term investments, fixed rate and IPCA+ type bonds plummeted.

Although the scenario is not the most encouraging, experts say that there are still opportunities for those who usually invest and report that the bonds that offer the greatest risks are the long-term ones, as they are linked to inflation.