This is where the Trump interest rate trade goes now, bond traders say

Donald Trump speaks during a rally at West Star Aviation in Grand Junction, Colorado.
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Donald Trump speaks during a rally at West Star Aviation in Grand Junction, Colorado.

After ripping higher on the Trump trade, longer-term interest rates may be about to calm down for a while.

The 10-year Treasury yield is close to its high of the year, and while it could move slightly up from here, it's not expected to post a dramatic increase, a number of strategists say.

Postelection, the yield moved quickly to 2.30 percent, and now has been consolidating in a zone between 2.30 and 2.36 percent. The immediate move higher shook the rates world and sent home mortgages above the psychological 4 percent.