Treasuries Slip Sliding Away
The March bond Monday continued down its slippery slope from Friday, as the curve steepening banana skin continued to undermine the contract. So, too, a fresh bipartisan push in the Senate on Bush's first day in office to ram through at least $1.6 trillion in tax cuts kept the long bond nervous, driving yields back above 5.6%.
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