Treasury prices were stronger across the board early Monday, with gains more pronounced among the longer-dated securities.
The 10-year note was up 5/32 in price to 99 24/32, yielding 4.65%, and the 30-year bond was adding 9/32 to 99 27/32, yielding 4.76%. Yields and prices move in opposite directions.
Closer in, the two-year note was tacking on 1/32 to 99 30/32, yielding 4.78%, and the three-year was up nearly 2/32 to 100 5/32, yielding 4.69%. The five-year rose 3/32 to 99 30/32 and was yielding 4.64%.
In the currency market, the dollar was mostly weaker, falling against the euro, the pound, the Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar. The yen and the Swiss franc gave up ground to the greenback.