Treasuries Advance as Stocks Dive - TheStreet

Treasuries fared much better than equities Monday as worries about continuing terrorism threats and data showing a somewhat sluggish pace to the economic recovery sent investors into notes and bonds.

Around 4 p.m. EDT, the two-year note was up 4/32 to 100 5/32, yielding 3.29%. The five-year was gaining 9/32 to 99 10/32, with a yield of 4.53%, and the 10-year was ahead by 13/32 to 97 18/32, yielding 5.20%.

The 30-year bond was the strongest maturity, rising 25/32 to 95 15/32 to yield 5.70%.