parallel yield curve shift

A change in interest rates that affects all of the different maturities for an instrument by the same amount. For example, if there was a parallel shift in U. S. Treasury rates in the amount of a 25 basis point increase, every maturity from 30 days to 30 years would rise by 25 basis points. The new yield curve, or graphical depiction of the term structure of interest rates, would be 25 basis points above the old yield curve at all points. American Banker Glossary

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