Treasuries Rise

Outside factors such as higher oil prices and a consulate attack in Saudi Arabia pushed prices higher and yields lower

Treasuries finished higher on Monday in a continutation of Friday's gains, after the release of weaker-than-expected jobs report. The market tended to be supported by outside factors such as higher oil prices and a consulate attack in Saudi Arabia, as well as report of a Washington, D.C. metro station closing, according to Informa Global Markets.

The Treasury announced a $15 billion of new 5-year and $9 billion of reopened 10-year Treasuries, as expected.

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