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Treasuries rose, with two-year yields falling from the highest level since January, as adecline in European stocks boosted demand for the safest of assets. The bonds alsogained after former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the U.S. hasslipped into an ``awfully pale recession'' and may...
05/05/2008
Treasuries headed for a weekly gain on speculation a U.S. government report willshow the economy lost jobs for a fourth straight month, making it more likely theFederal Reserve will continue cutting borrowing costs. Ten-year notes are headed forthe first weekly advance since the end of March. The...
05/02/2008
Treasuries rose, pushing yields to a one-week low, as initial jobless claims climbedand income growth slowed, bolstering concern that the economy is losing momentum.Investors also bought debt before a government report tomorrow that may show theeconomy shed jobs for a fourth straight month. Trade...
05/01/2008
Treasuries rose after government reports showed measures of inflation were tamerthan economists had forecast. The U.S. economy expanded at a 0.6 percent annualpace in the three months through March, the Commerce Department said. The medianforecast of economists in a Bloomberg News survey was for ...
04/30/2008
Treasuries were little changed, headed for their first monthly decline since June, onspeculation the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates tomorrow for the seventh timesince September and then indicate it's ready to stop. A nine-month rally, the longestsince 2000, was poised to come to an end a...
04/29/2008
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Two-year Treasuries rose before government reports this week that economistsforecast will show U.S. gross domestic product barely increased in the first quarter andthe economy lost jobs this month. The two-year U.S. note snapped a 10-day slide onspeculation yields at the highest level since Janua...
04/28/2008
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Treasury notes fell as a government report showed initial jobless claims unexpectedlydeclined over the past week. The yield on the two-year Treasury note rose less than 1basis point, or 0.01 percentage point, to 2.23 percent at 8:33 a.m. in New York,according to bond broker BGCantor Market Data. ...
04/24/2008
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Two-year Treasury notes fell for an eighth day, pushing yields to within 2 basis pointsof a two- month high, before the U.S. sells a record $30 billion of the securities. TheTreasury is also scheduled to sell $19 billion of five-year notes tomorrow, the mostsince 2003. The two-year note yield ros...
04/23/2008
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