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  • Martin Mitchell , head government bond trader at Stifel Nicolaus & Co. in Baltimore, said a break below 3.13% would push the 10-year note's yield down to 3.05%, adding that volatile trading in stocks and commodities could be the catalyst.

    Treasury Prices Rise on Inflation Data

  • The 10-year note's yield has dropped from around 3.5% a month ago.

    Treasury Prices Rise on Inflation Data

  • Monday's gains mark the note's eighth consecutive winning session.

    Anxiety Over Greece Helps Steer Buyers to Treasurys

  • Treasurys continued their run, defying conventional wisdom, with the 10-year note's yield falling below 3% for the first time this year.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • The run in Treasurys, defying conventional wisdom, hit a new milestone on Wednesday with the 10-year note's yield falling below 3% for the first time this year despite a looming budget crisis in Washington and end of the Federal Reserve's bond-buying program.

    Treasurys Roar Ahead

  • Wednesday's rally pushed down the benchmark 10-year note's yield to as low as 3.151%; this year's trough of 3.126% was hit Friday.

    Flight to Safety Boosts Treasurys

  • In a sign of investors' aversion to risk, U.S. Treasury bond prices soared, pushing down the 10-year note's yield to a record low below 2%.

    Euro Woes Stir Currency Fears

  • The benchmark 10-year note's yield touched as high as 3.132%, the highest level since May 26, as bond prices hit session lows after the government's $29 billion sale of seven-year notes was met with tepid demand.

    Another Weak Auction Hits Treasurys

  • The 10-year note's yield fell to a five-month low of 3.09% on May 18 as a result of worries about the struggling U.S. economy and the euro zone's debt problems.

    Worries Over Greece Boost Demand for Treasurys

  • The yield fell from 3.186% a week ago, and the note's price posted a weekly gain.

    Worries Over Greece Boost Demand for Treasurys

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