April 11, 2013 at 16:51 PM EDT
Ten-Year T-Notes Rise On Concern Of Slowing Growth
Treasury 10-year notes rose for the first time in four days as the world's largest economy shows signs of slowing, boosting the case for the Federal Reserve to continue its quantitative-easing program of asset purchases. The benchmark yields declined before a report tomorrow forecast to show U.S. retail sales stagnated in March after gaining 1.1% in February. Yields briefly rose after the U.S. sale of $13 billion in 30-year
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