U.S. Treasury yields climb on Tuesday, pushing the 10-year Treasury note back to its highest level since around May, as the stock market rose.
Treasury yields trade mixed Monday, with the 2-year note rate rising to a level last seen in March 2020 and the long bond's rate edging back, as a ...
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The yield on the 10-year Treasury note edges back below 1.6% Tuesday as investors return from a three-day weekend.
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