The benchmark 10-year Treasury surged 1 9/32, pushing the yield down to 3.394%.

The two-year note improved 6/32, diluting the yield to 0.781%. The 30-year bond soared 3 15/32, slumping the yield to 4.193%.

--Written by Sung Moss and Melinda Peer in New York

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