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Treasuries Trade Little Changed Before $64 Billion of Debt Sales

Treasuries were little changed before the U.S. auctions $64 billion of coupon-bearing securities during three days starting today.

U.S. 10-Year Yields in Narrowest Range in a Month Before Yellen

Treasury 10-year note yields traded in the tightest range in a month amid speculation whether Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen will acknowledge that the recovery in the U.S. labor market is slowing.

Treasury Bonds Outperform Shorter Maturities Amid Inflation Bets

Treasury 30-year bonds advanced for the first time in three days amid speculation U.S. inflation will stay in check as the Federal Reserve reduces its support for the economy.

Treasury Yields Rise From Six-Week Low on Fed-Tapering Outlook

Treasuries fell, with 10-year note yields climbing from almost the lowest level in six weeks, amid speculation the economic recovery is strong enough for the Federal Reserve to make more cuts to its debt-purchase program.

Treasury 10-Year Yields Highest in a Week Before Factory Report

Treasury 10-year note yields (USGG10YR) rose to the highest levels in more than a week before data forecast to show U.S. manufacturing expanded for a fifth month, weakening the case for the Federal Reserve to maintain stimulus.

Treasuries Rise With S&P 500 Futures as Jobs Growth Slows

Treasuries rallied and Standard & Poor's 500 Index futures rose after U.S. payrolls climbed less than forecast in December, easing concerns that stimulus cuts would accelerate. Commodities rebounded from an eight-month low as China's imports grew.

Treasury Yields Fall to Lowest in 2 Weeks on Fed-Buying Wagers

Treasury 10-year note yields fell to the lowest level in two weeks on speculation the Federal Reserve will maintain its bond-buying program into next year after the government shutdown weighed on economic growth.

Treasury Yield Rises Toward Two-Year High Before Confidence Data

Treasuries fell, with 10-year yields approaching the highest since July 2011, before U.S. reports that economists said will show consumer confidence improved this month and house prices increased in October.

Treasuries Advance as Lew’s Default Warning Boosts Safety Demand

U.S. government securities rose, snapping a decline from last week, after Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said Congress needs to increase the debt ceiling by Oct. 17 or the nation risks defaulting on its payments.

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