Treasury prices had been weaker earlier Tuesday, but lately government fixed-income securities were turning things around and bidding to continue last week's rally.
The 10-year note was up 1/32 in price to 99 16/32, yielding 4.69%, and the 30-year bond was gaining 2/32 to 99 15/32, yielding 4.78%.
Closer in, the two-year was unchanged at 100 2/32, yielding 4.82%, and the three-year was flat at 100 3/32, with a yield of 4.72%. The five-year was ticking up 1/32 to 100 11/32 and yielding 4.67%.
In the foreign-exchange market, the dollar was rising against the pound and the euro, but falling against the yen. The dollar was also up vs. the Swiss franc and the Canadian dollar, while the Australian dollar advanced against the greenback.