Long-term Treasury prices were climbing Monday, led by a gain of nearly half a point in the 30-year bond.
Recently, the long bond was adding 14/32 in price to 97 21/32 and was yielding 4.90%. The 10-year note was ahead by 4/32 at 99 1/32, yielding 4.74%. Prices and yields move in opposite directions.
Closer in, the two-year note was little changed, yielding 4.75%, and the three-year was gaining 1/32 to 100 4/32, yielding 4.69%. The five-year also rose 1/32, to 99 7/32, and was yielding 4.68%.
As for the currency market, the dollar fell against most major currencies, including the euro and the pound, but rose against the yen.