Treasuries Rally on Rate Cut Hopes
Treasuries finished higher as U.S. jobless claims rose more than expected last week. Hopes are on the rise that the Federal Reserve will ease interest rates when it meets again on Dec. 11. Ongoing fallout from Enron's problems added to traders' hopes for another rate cut.
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