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Treasuries moved higher as stocks sold off on expectations that economic data due out this week will indicate the U.S. is in a recession. The two-year note was recently up 4/32 to 100 12/32, yielding 2.55%. The five-year rose 10/32 to 104, yielding 3.66%. The 10-year Treasury was climbing 14/32 to 104 4/32, with a yield of 4.47%, and the 30-year bond was up 11/32 to 101 28/32, yielding 5.25%. The advance report of third-quarter gross domestic product will be released Wednesday, while the October employment report is scheduled for Friday.

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