The Fed publishes Moody's seasoned corporate bond yields here.

These yields are not broken out by maturity.

According to this website, the yields represent "long-term" bonds, with minimum and average maturities of 20 and 28 years, respectively. First of all, can anyone validate this?

Second - are there short/medium term 'Moody's seasoned corporate bond yields' published for free anywhere.

If not - where can I find a free data source for short term, medium and long term corporate bond yields?

I want to compare corporate bond yields against the treasury yield curve to assess credit spreads. Unfortunately, if the above is true, I only have data for the long end.



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