Treasuries Finish Weaker on Jobs Data

Friday's surprisingly strong jobs report suggested the labor market has turned a corner

Treasuries opened lower, falling further just ahead of the jobs report, and then plunging on the 308,000 gain in nonfarm payrolls. Amid fast market conditions and lack of liquidity, traders sold on the jobs report and finished in the red.

Not even safe-haven support on reports of train-directed terror acts in Spain could help prices, and speculation for a Federal Reserve rate hike has risen significantly.

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