Treasuries Fall Across the Board

Treasuries have had a solid run during the past few sessions, but on Thursday, government fixed-income securities were lower across the board.

Around 4 p.m. EDT, the two-year was down 2/32 to 100 4/32, yielding 2.18%. The five-year was off 7/32 to 99 26/32 and yielding 3.29%.

Longer-term issues were the weakest. The 10-year was lower by 16/32 to 101 18/32 with a yield of 4.18%, and the 30-year bond was down 24/32 to 106 1/32 and yielding 4.98%.

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