Treasuries Finish Mixed

Two-year and 10-year notes prices reversed course as stocks rebounded, opening the door to further choppy trading early next week

The bond markets wrapped up the bullish week early Friday after overcoming both a 1.0% surge in personal spending and a surprising 3.4 point jump in Chicago PMI to 54.9. Data was mostly secondary to meandering stocks and the vigil for Fed Chairman Greenspan's "Economic Volatility" speech from Wyoming, but in the end Treasuries had just enough momentum to bring gains home ahead of Labor Day.

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