Treasuries Finish Higher
Treasuries opened higher following the Madrid bombings amid speculation of a link to Al Qaeda. Prices then tanked after the poor 10-year auction results, but popped by the close on an Arabic tape found in a van in Spain, which also contained detonators. Furthermore, France heightened its terror alert status.
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