Treasury Bonds Pare Losses On Strong 30-Year Sale - WSJ.com
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Robust demand on a $13 billion 30-year Treasury bond auction Thursday gave the bond market a new lease on life, with bond prices paring a decline. The sale, the last leg of this week's $66 billion new supply, posted the biggest overall demand since December, signaling that the selling in the bond market lured in buyers deeming higher yields as attractive.
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