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Bond Report: Yield for 10-year U.S. government debt snaps 4-day skid but Treasury rates mostly hold ground near 3-week lows


The 10-year Treasury note on Wednesday rises for the first time in five sessions, but the 30-year bond registers a fifth straight slide, in listless trade marked by no major economic data and investors fixated on the Federal Reserve and its plans for confronting a post-COVID surge in inflation.

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